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I'm 16 and I know what you have to do but it doesn't seem to work? I don't know where to touch if that makes sense. It's annoying and I would just like to get it over with. (also can you do it through touching your boobs)
Thank you :)

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Hi hun-

Here is a photo of where your clitoris is http://www.pnwbirth.com/2012/11/clitoris-101-what-your-doctor-sex-ed.html. Most orgasms are had while someone rubs their clit at a contant speed. Most orgasms take around 5-15 minutes. Your best bet would be to rub your clit and at the same time finger yourself and/or rub your breasts (if your nipples are sensitive). It will take time to have your first orgasm, so don't worry about that.

As for your second question, it if very rare for a woman to have an orgasm just by rubbing her breasts. Usually breast rubbing it to help further stimulation when you do masturbate.

If you have any questions at all, please don't hesitate sending me more emails.

Angie :)

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I can answer any questions related to female masturbation. I have had a psychology practice in the state of Florida for the past ten years. I deal with, but not exclusively, females who have or are dealing with many types of sexual changes. There are NO questions that are wrong to ask about masturbation. I take every questions seriously, and will help you in anyway I can. Please feel free to ask anything, and know you will get my best advice and judgment. I have included a photo of myself on my profile. This is so you can see who you are talking to. :)

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As previous stated, I have practiced over ten year in helping teen and adults overcome numerous sexual anxiety, questions about masturbation, and sexual desires --- all of which were done on a clinic level.

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I have a Maser's Degree in Human Sexuality from the University of Miami. I also have a Master's Degree in Psychology from the Florida State University.

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Because of the sensitivity of the issue, I would never release names of pasts clients.

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