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22 July 2013 @ 07:40 pm
I'm fifteen and a virgin. A few months ago I bought a MoonCup (size B) not realising how many other options there were out there. However, after several attempts to insert, I think I might be more suited to a softer, smaller cup.

Although I can get one finger into my vagina, I find it hard to get anything else in. I tried looking in a mirror and can see a hole; if I insert my finger, I then still have to fish around before I can find the actual entrance to my vagina. After the original hole I can't see anything so I just have to rely on what I can feel, which obviously I can't do with something like a cup. Is there anything I can do about this?

I also have a bit of trouble holding the MoonCup in a position where it doesn't just flip open and bounce across the room (I've been using the punch-down fold, by the way). Although I can insert my finger without a mirror, with a foreign object I'm completely lost without one, and since I only have two hands, things get tricky. So I'm looking for something soft that I'll be able to fold not much bigger than my finger and with a much smaller rim that the MoonCup.

I've been thinking of a Lunette or a soft Yuuki, but I need something I can get easily in the UK, whether online or in a shop, without people finding out. I'd really like to have a look at all the different options in real life because it's hard to work things out from pictures, but maybe someone could shed some light onto all this?

Thanks.
 
ginny587ginny587 on July 22nd, 2013 08:25 pm (UTC)
I can't speak much to the cups you've mentioned, as I've only used a Diva, Sckoon and Naturalmama. But as far as getting the cup in without a mirror: keep working with your finger. Pay attention to exactly where you finger is when it goes in without a mirror and what it feels like. Then do the same with the cup. Position it so the fold is down and the smallest part of it is mimicking what your finger does. Eventually, with enough practice, you'll have a better idea of exactly where your entrance is and be able to get the cup in no problem-sometimes it can be a "feel it out" kind of process. I still do a bit of poking with my cup before it hits the entrance-I rarely get it in exactly the right spot the second I try to get it in.