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Orgasm - Figuring It Out
In this clip the women discuss the sex they had while they were still figuring out their own bodies -- what they liked and what worked for them in order to orgasm. (4:03)
I LOVE this episode! The perspectives are really different without conflicting. You don't get to hear (in the media at least), people talking about losing their virginity at a younger age, which is actually the norm! The women are so honest about it-- super refreshing.
Comment by: punkin
Im a guy and really learnt alot....thanks cherry!!!
Comment by: forbidenreef
I think what really should be discussed is how parents deal with teens and sex. I lost my virginty at 15, but my mother, who had me at 20 by the way, I feel has a very wrapped and unrealistic view of sex. She made me feel like a sexual deviant because I was occasionally, lol, sexually active. I say occasionally because sexual encounters occured few and far in between. As a parent though, how do you healthily respond to your teen being sexually active?
Comment by: Forbiddenfruit
I enjoyed this episode very much...we tend to forget what questions we had when we were teenagers and all the doubts and taboos impossed to us by family and society that interfere with our "normal" sexual development. Thank you ladies so much!
Comment by: Curious George
I'm 19, and I recently lost my virginity. I waited to find the right guy. I don't agree with losing your virginity early....not a good idea. You hear horror stories about the first time someone loses their virginity, and they are usually at a very young age. Mine was SOO special, just the way it should be. As for the oragsming durring intercourse, it's hard....but not impossible.
Comment by: Rose
Rose -- please keep in mind that everyone is different and it is inappropriate to judge others sexual experiences. Yes, it is unfortunate when we regret having sex for the first time after the fact, but it doesn't make it any less monumental. Sex is complicated .... and throughout our lives we will be faced with decisions, and put in situations that are difficult to navigate. Sometimes we'll choose the less healthy/safe path. But we can always learn from it, and hopefully become stronger and more empowered for working through it.
Comment by: Cherry TV Chickalee
We would keep it a secret. Some faimly members tell right away, and I've listened as other relatives have badgered them about the name, made fun of it or whatever; I don't want that to be us. (Not that we plan to pick wildly unusual names or anything, but everyone has their opinion!) I think we'll just put people off by saying we haven't narrowed it down yet..
Comment by: Reggio
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