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Libido at a young age

By Anonymous November 30, 2017 - 9:51pm
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Hi. I’m a 20 years old young lady. When I was a 10 year old girl, I used to have a strong libido. I used to fulfill this urge by sleeping with a girl, a couple of years younger than me. We used to touch each other’s genitals and kiss. I can say that I felt orgasm but not to the fullest compared to when it’s a real intercourse( mind you I haven’t had an intercourse with any man yet). So, as I grew up I felt guilty about my past. In fact, I was young, heedless and ignorant. I couldn’t restrain myself from doing what I did. Moreover, I am generally a hairy person, though I’ve done a blood test to check my hormones and everything was normal, the doctor said. My voice is totally normal and I have regular periods. I even get attracted to other gender and would imagine myself in a sexual relationship with them. Nevertheless, the fact being that I have this past worries me, and I want to know if what I did was normal.
Thank you very much

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Hello Anon

Thank you for writing.

Sexual experimenting (child on child) can certainly happen - whether it's "normal" or not isn't for us to say but feeling guilty about it is a wasted emotion. You were a child and children experiment. If you didn't not force the other child to touch you, it was mutual and you need to let that go.

Being hairy is more often genetic than something else.

Therapy may be able help you to sort out your past and be able to move on.

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