Poll: Can You Feel The Warmth?

Discussion in 'Women's Issues' started by rocky, Dec 5, 2006.

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Can You Feel His Warmth Inside?

Poll closed Aug 30, 2009.
  1. Yes

    8 vote(s)
    72.7%
  2. NO

    3 vote(s)
    27.3%
  1. rocky

    rocky Member

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    Just curious if you ladies can feel the warmth of a penis inside...

    Yes

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  2. shanehall

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    I am not a lady, but from experience you sure as hell can feel a hot hard cocks heat. You should try it bro. LOL You will be an addict.
     
  3. D_Kay_Sarah_Sarah

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    It isnt the actual warmth of the penis but the heat from the friction that we/i can feel
     
  4. va_lk_yr_ie

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    No, no difference in body temperature - we should both be roughly the same temperature as we're in the same room and both human. Feeling for me is more created by the pressure from him entering and pushing the vaginal walls apart and from the friction and sensations created by movement.
     
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    I will absolutely not argue with your experiences. I believe your observations completely.

    However, I'm not sure I agree that there is no difference in body temperature between the involved parts. In fact, in my experience a vagina is much warmer than a penis. Just as you are not the same temperature under your tongue, under your arm, or in your rectum. Yes, the difference is only one or two degrees (maybe three?), but it is quite palpable. Just as when someone has even a low grade fever it is palpable by touching their forehead. Just a thought.
     
  6. va_lk_yr_ie

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    Might very well be so - and that would further explain why it's hard for me to experience warmth from a penis entering. On further thinking I do agree it's probably a difference in temperature between various body parts - I know my hands certainly feel the warmth of an erect penis - while my vagina won't.
     
  7. happyfeet

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    Yes.

    And, when it gets too hot from friction, I get up to cool off.

    One more reason I love good lube.
     
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