Things To Remember While Having First Time Sex


Before you jump into bed and make love for the first time, here are a few things that can definitely help ease the anxiety, and improve the pleasure! Before you begin here, read the introduction on first time sex and the virgin’s guide to nailing it to learn more about safety, best sex positions while having sex for the first time and the 10 first-time sex tips to perfect first time sex.

The pain of having sex for the first time. For most girls, one of the most stressful worries of first time sex is the pain associated with it. But here are a few things that can help you understand why it hurts and how you can stop worrying about it.


#1 Lubrication. Make sure you’re wet and ready before the guy penetrates into you. Toying with each other for a while will definitely have you ready. And additionally, condoms too come with their own coating of lubrication to smoothen things out. But if you need to, you can always use an additional lubricant if it still feels painful down there.

#2 Does it hurt for all girls? Many girls don’t feel any pain at all the first time they have sexual intercourse. Very few girls actually experience pain that’s unbearable.

#3 How much does it hurt? If you do experience any pain at all while having sex for the first time, the pain may be similar to a pinprick. The psychological trauma of imagining how much it would hurt is almost always a lot worse than the actual pain you’d feel!

#4 Why do you bleed? While having sex for the first time, there may be spotting or bleeding because of the tear in your hymen.

#5 What is the hymen? The hymen is a thin membrane *like very thin skin* that partially closes the opening to the vagina. It’s not easy for you to recognize it even if you use a mirror unless you have a trained eye. And you need to remember this, a hymen is not a sign of virginity, sexual intercourse is.

Your hymen could tear for several reasons like horseback riding, vigorous exercises, gymnastics or even while getting fingered by your boyfriend. So if you don’t feel the pain of penetration or if you don’t bleed the first time you have sex, don’t panic or assume something’s wrong with you. There are many girls who don’t bleed the first time they have sexual intercourse.

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