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Do you want to have great lesbian sex? What is something you can do for your lover that will really turn her on? Here is a letter I received from someone who wanted to know what she could do to really satisfy her lover.
Because no one ever talks about lesbian sex. By the time I was twelve years old, I was way too well versed in precisely how a woman and man made love. I even had a general idea of how two men engaged in sexual intercourse due to the critique of sodomy from church officials.
Let's face it, when it comes to talking about sexit's easy to get bashful. If you're straight, the odds are you only ever talk about sex with your partner or your close friends. Even then, it's probably only the bare minimum. We don't even talk to our doctors about sex all that often, unless we are worried there is a serious problem.
Having sex for the first time can be a little nerve-racking, no matter who you are or who you want to have sex with. For example, they could identify as bisexualpansexual, queer, or even heterosexual. It also includes other people who have vaginas, people with penises, and people with intersex genitalia.
Sex isn't just vaginal intercourse. Sex is any number of combinations of things people of all stripes do together to seek mutual sexual pleasure, and what those things or that combination are varies for everyone, even from day to day. So, on a given day, Lesbian Couple A may want to engage in some mutual masturbation and some oral sexwhile Lesbian Couple B may choose to engage in shared manual sex and genital massage mixed in with some role play, and Lesbian Couple C may decide to do some big-time snuggling paired with strap-on play.
There are questions that we all hate being asked, but when those questions relate to your sexuality they can get very tiring indeed. We thought we'd end this dilemma by asking women who identify as lesbian to discuss all the things you probably wanted to know. From "How do you have sex?
While in discussions with friends, we will happily chat in great detail about our sex lives. Despite this, the taboo of lesbian sex continues to be prevalent. If you are a lady thinking about having sex with a woman for the first time, a man who gets seriously turned on by lesbian sex, or are just plain curious as to how it all works, rest assured that you are not alone.
But how often do we hear the nitty-gritty of how we can actually better understand our deepest desires and most embarrassing questions? Bustle has enlisted Vanessa Marin, a sex therapist based in San Francisco, to help us out with the details. No gender, sexual orientation, or question is off-limits, and all askers remain anonymous.