Today’s Question(s) of the Day for 11/25/2019

     Because God has made everyone different, what clues do you know for yourself that you are turned on?

    Blanket on a secluded beach! Asked on November 25, 2019 in Question of the Day.
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      Starting to get turned on, I get this feeling in the vulva area…. describing it is difficult. I often have an awareness of “that feels good”, I sometimes have an extended thought of “if I keep on going [being stimulated in the same manner], I might be able to orgasm.”

      Other signs are sensory things… when not aroused certain stimulations can be uncomfortable/painful, ticklish or just unpleasant (e.g. kisses/sucking on breasts, neck or lips; direct genital/clitoral contact, etc) Once turned on, those same actions are pleasurable and increase arousal, rather than detract from it.

      Under the stars Answered on November 25, 2019.
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        I feel an increase in my heart rate, greater blood flow in my groin area, good sensations in my genitals, a desire to touch or be touched, etc.

        Under the stars Answered on November 25, 2019.
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          Quicker heartbeats and breathing. Blood preassure increase.  A tingly feeling in my groin area and an erection. Desire to be close, touch and feel and to be touched and felt.

          Hammock Answered on November 25, 2019.
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            I think for me it starts in my head.  I’m usually thinking about a million things all at once so if that all suddenly goes quiet and I’m focused in on him, then that is my big tell.  Right after that comes the faster heartbeat, and just a NEED to be touched, accompanied by more physical tells like heat and tingling.

            Queen bed Answered on November 25, 2019.
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              Warm and tingly in the vulva. A feeling of being cross-eyed, sleepy eyed, or just plain wide-eyed-blind as my attention becomes focused inward. In the lower abdomen (between the naval and the mons) I notice a feeling of–expansion? swelling? lift? A little like it’s being filled with helium, but vibrating. It’s similar to the sensation I get when I’ve been in the hospital and the good drugs kicked in. And often the cause is because of a light touch on the skin (kiss to the back of the neck, etc.) and my skin will goose-pimple, my hair will stand on end and my back will crawl like a cat’s pelt.

              Under the stars Answered on November 25, 2019.
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                If I start thinking about certain aspects of sex…or i’m about to text the wife something sexual, I’ll sneeze two or three times.

                On the floor Answered on November 25, 2019.

                Really?!? That is fascinating! (Or am I just gullible/not able to tell when something is a joke?)

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                  For me (besides the obvious erection), I noticed that I will feel energy (in all places) in my throat building and I will stretch with my chest extending out…I guess it is the way my body tries to circle that energy or expose it more through stretching.

                  Blanket on a secluded beach! Answered on November 25, 2019.
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                    I feel a warmth about the genitals that can begin simply there or at times extend up the chest through the throat and  down to thighs and calves.  This happens pleasurably often.  Or more commonly I simply command myself to be so.

                    Blanket on a secluded beach! Answered on November 25, 2019.
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                      If turned on means interested in sex, being tuned on usually starts with me noticing wife in leggings or some clothing that emphasizes her butt. Physically, as I become turned on my heart rate and breathing increases.

                      On the floor Answered on December 1, 2019.
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