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Four sexual questions
Replies: 5Last Post Jan. 6 2:12pm by Marshellette
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( Fira  )


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My four sexual questions:


#1: If an adult female black widow spider venomously bites a human in genital area can it cause life threatening harm?


#2: Why does properly permitted sexual tickling (example a wife carressing her wife's left corner area of her wife's genital area for about 12 back and forth carresses with fingers and then carressing with about 12 back and forth carresses with fingers to the wife's right corner of her genital area) cause extra strong tickles, laughter, jumpiness etc.?


#3: It has been seen on a trauma life in the er kind of show a woman got sexually tickled once for testing if she can feel anything in her genital area do hospital type people such as ambulence, nurses etc. ever do sexual tickling to see if patient can feel anything in genital area?


#4: If yes to #3: up above can hospital people regardless of gender, age etc. of the tickler and the tickled do sexual tickling when needed to know if patient can feel anything in genital area?


Sexual questions 1234
are up above.

Post edited at 8:35 pm on Jan. 4, 2017 by Fira

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I think some of my brain cells got destroyed reading this...
#1: A bite anywhere on a person's (or anything's)  body by that spider  has certain effects so I'm willing to bet the genital area is not excluded.
#2: because they're both enjoying it ..???  Since it's "properly permitted sexual ticking"..?
#3&4: I think that's what gynecologists do......

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Jock F


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Quote: from Fira at 8:34 pm on Jan. 4, 2017

My four sexual questions:

 
#1: If an adult female black widow spider venomously bites a human in genital area can it cause life threatening harm?

 
#2: Why does properly permitted sexual tickling (example a wife carressing her wife's left corner area of her wife's genital area for about 12 back and forth carresses with fingers and then carressing with about 12 back and forth carresses with fingers to the wife's right corner of her genital area) cause extra strong tickles, laughter, jumpiness etc.?

 
#3: It has been seen on a trauma life in the er kind of show a woman got sexually tickled once for testing if she can feel anything in her genital area do hospital type people such as ambulence, nurses etc. ever do sexual tickling to see if patient can feel anything in genital area?

 
#4: If yes to #3: up above can hospital people regardless of gender, age etc. of the tickler and the tickled do sexual tickling when needed to know if patient can feel anything in genital area?

 
Sexual questions 1234
are up above.




What the hell does this mean ? -->  "example a wife carressing her wife's left corner area of her wife's genital area"

HIGHLY Unintelligible Phrase.

 
 

Post edited at 7:09 pm on Jan. 5, 2017 by Jock F

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#1: No. Black widows aren't deadly in most cases.
#2: The human body is attuned to the number 12. It's because we have twelve fingers (note that the often forgotten fingers are both big toes). Therefore exactly 12 caresses are properly permitted sexual tickles and makes humans especially jumpy. Jk, it's just because of the emotional and psychological appeal of the act.
#3: Pretty sure they don't do "sexual tickles". They'll check if she feels anything but they it won't be sexual.
#4: Yes, the gender of the doctor or the patient does not really matter, at least as far as I know.

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#1 Yes, definitely.
#2 Because it is tickling, in addition to sexual pleasure
#3 Yes, I wouldn't doubt it. Although it is more typical to use a needle to check for sensitivity or feeling in any area possibly having nerve damage.
#4 Yes, if the tickling is needed for a diagnosis. The gender and age of a doctor should not matter, they are a professional doctor and one gender or age is not necessarily superior to another

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1. Yes
2. Because.
3.4., Whatever.

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