female circumcision - help!

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i recently just turned 18, and beforehand i havent thought of circumcision much as i had sexual tendencies and desires. However though, i recently learned that it is normal to be circumcised and feel sexual desires.

It completely took over me, and i have been thinking about it non stop. i dont want to ask my mother or a family member - i want to figure out for myself. i cant find my clitoris, and the medical diagrams confuse me. i do feel tingling when i touch where it is supposed to be, and i masturbate normally. I'm just extremely confused, how do i know for sure when i'm a virgin? I need help!

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    Have you been circumsized?

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    There is no benefit in female circumcision , unlike in males which helps keep clean especially in the past .

    It was done in some african countries forcefully because male society didn't want females to be sexually aroused . It is considered almost illegal nowadays.

    Why would you want to do it ?

    If you are extremely horny out of control and insatiable you might think female circumcision will help but I think it's a bad idea that you will regret later , your hormones will change and you'll calm down naturally

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    OK, back the bus up. Are you saying you want to be circumcised or that you think you were when you were young? Anyway, from my experience some clitorises are real visible others are not. Maybe yours isn't easy to see. I think if you reach orgasm when masturbating you probably not circumcised although I suppose you could be having vaginal orgasms. What country do you live in? Does your religion advocate female circumcision? Bottom line is DO NOT DO IT.

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    there is no medical need that i am aware of that requires a woman to be circumsised. . it is a religious/ cultural thing. it is not necessary. and in western society it is banned.

    but i must admit im confused to whether youre looking into having it done or have already had it done?

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