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my earliest memory of my vagina is...

  Being maybe 8 or 9, and slipping my little finger into myself, out of curiosity. I felt horrible and guilty afterwards, and wondered if I'd damaged myself.

when I was little, my mother told me...

  Everything I wanted to know. A lot of it was prompted though. I'd read a "problems page" in a magazine and ask her questions regarding it.

when my friends and I first talked about our vaginas...

  In primary school. I was about 10, and we were playing "kiss, cuddle or torture" My friend stated that she'd choose torture, and another friend said, "What if they kick you in the bum and you bleed?" I joined in and said, "What if they kick you in the vagina and you bleed?" My friend laughed at me, and told me that you can't bleed from your vagina. I went on to explain menstruation to them all.

when I got my first period...

  I was 10. It was long before all my other friends. I was really excited.

the first time I shared my vagina with someone else...

  Was this year, aged 15. My best friend and I were very drunk, and I think I just grabbed his hand and put it on my vagina. We tend to do it whenever we meet up now, he fingers/licks me out. I give him a hand job, and sometimes suck him off.

what I told/would tell my daughter about her vagina...

Anything she wanted to know.

this conversation makes me think...

About getting fingered.

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