Getting My Vagina High (Legally)

By Anonymous Contributor   Intro I’ve always been someone who hasn’t had much luck when it comes to orgasm. It could be because of my anxiety, my past with sexual trauma, the stigmas I’ve internalized about women’s sexuality, etc, etc. Just when I think I’m getting close, I either am overwhelmed and “numb out” as my partner and I [...]

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