Post # 1
So I had to create a new account because I’m so embarassed about this question.
I’m a virgin, and I haven’t done much with my Fiance other than some light “petting”/making out. Recently though, Ive started to explore myself.. one time I got a bit carried away and felt this unbelieveable feeling, my body first tensed up, my pelvis pushed forward,and then my vagina started tingling, my legs started shaking, and my whole body felt cold and tingly and refreshed? I was wondering if thats what an orgasm is? Also, when a woman “comes” or orgasms (is this phrase interchangeable?) is there discharge? I’ve read erotica and sometimes they say things like the girl came and she squirted or fluid came out. So does it mean that if theres no discharge or nothing “squirts” out (there wasnt any when this happened to me) is that not an orgasm?
I’m sorry this question is so stupid/novice but it is a legimate question.
Post # 3
The ‘discharge’ (not a native english speaker, so don’t know if it’s the proper word) it’s exception rather than rule. Although it’s not an anomaly, it’s uncommon. So don’t worry if there’s no discharge.
Post # 4
By The Way: Don’t feel embarassed talking or asking questions about sex, especially (when the time comes) with your couple, it help build a great relationship.
Post # 5
ive experience different types of O’s, varying in how they feel but i found penetration O (with me on top) is much stronger (and memorable-thank you god) than oral/vibrator/masturbation/etc Os. ive not experienced squirting (is there a better word???) but sometimes i can get VERY wet during sex
dont be embarrassed and try not to stress, remember to have fun and enjoy and dont got crazy for everything the first time
Post # 6
If you have to ask, it wasn’t a full orgasm. My first time I was like “WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW”
Post # 7
It sounds like it. Not every woman squirts when then orgasm, I do and I always need a partner to make that happen.
Post # 8
Theres no need to squirt in order to have an orgasm!
You probably did have an orgasm or got very close to it. Follow through with that feeling all the way to you don’t feel it anymore 😉
Post # 9
Congrats! I agree with PP. Follow through! You won’t regret it 😉