Welcome to the 22nd edition of Into the A+ Advice Box, in which we answer advice questions from A+ members who submitted their queries into our A+ ask box because they wanted their questions answered in a space that is not accessible by Google, their mom, their ex, etc. (No guarantees regarding your ex, however.) Previously, we have included such questions in our epic Some Answers to Some Questions You Have Been Asking Us, and in most cases that is still the plan. But some questions were a lot longer or more in-depth and deserved their own place in the sun. We’re doing this column TWICE a month, now.
We solicited answers from the whole team, so let’s dive in!
When I have sex with a penis-haver, a lot of the time when I orgasm the muscles in my vagina squeeze such that the penis comes out, which is not ideal. I've heard things about vaginas flexing or orgasming in a way that sucks it in more than pushes it out, and I think it involves pelvic floor muscles? Regardless, if ...
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