Often, good sex takes time—and I'm not just referring to the microwave versus oven analogy that we're all too familiar with. What I mean is that rarely is a first time with a new lover movie-sex-perfect. It can take multiple practice sessions to realize where and how your partner likes to be touched , when he wants you to take the reins, and so forth. Then, your guy may need time to tune in to just what it takes to bring you to an orgasm. But every once in a while, a first time is a doozy—of the good or bad variety.
Having Sex for the First Time: Everything You Want to Know from A to Z
About six months ago, I broke up with my boyfriend of nearly four years. He wasn't just a guy I dated for a long time; he was also the first guy I ever had sex with. So as you can imagine, going from having sex with the same person for almost four years to having sex with someone new has been quite the learning experience for me. Mostly, I've had a lot of fun.
There are probably lots of things going through your mind if you are thinking about having sex for the first time. You may be wondering if your body will change or whether it will hurt. Read on to get answers to the questions you might be wondering about before first-time sex.
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