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I never feel turned on when I watch porn. I've only had 1 orgasm since I started watching it and it really annoys me. Is there any way I can get an orgasm without fingering myself?

Jackie on 30 December 2011 2 Comments

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  • I usually only have an orgasm when I watch porn. You don't have to finger yourself, just stimulate the clitorus by rubbing it for a little while and this leads to a mini orgasm.

    Posted by Sarah on 23 January 2012  |  0 people found this useful

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  • This is totally normal and there are many reasons why porn might not turn you on. Try different types of porn until you find something that makes you feel aroused, there are heaps of different categories to choose from. If you don't find you enjoy any porn you can try other things like erotic literature, literotica is a good site with lots of sexy stories.
    But you don't even need porn or erotic stories to get turned on, you can just use your imagination. Try making up a fantasy scenario in your mind and see if that turns you on. In response to the last part of your question personally for me I can reach orgasm without fingering myself or putting anything in my vagina, just by rubbing my clitoris! In fact a lot of women cannot reach orgasm through fingering alone, most need to have their clitoris stimulated in order to reach orgasm. Just relax and play around and go at your own pace until you find something that works for you.
    I suggest finding a quiet place where you feel secure and relaxed, the shower or in your bed, and play with yourself until you find a method that makes you feel really good. It may take some time to reach orgasm but it shouldn't be a chore, enjoy the whole experience, don't just focus on reaching orgasm because the pressure might turn you off.
    And remember, there is no right or wrong when it comes to masturbation, it all depends on the individual and their personal turn-ons.

    Posted by Sarah on 10 January 2012  |  0 people found this useful

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