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Jump to. It could be your first time or you may have had sex before. There are no set rules, but there are some things to consider that will help you decide. Sexual consent means agreeing to take part in any kind of sexual activity, not just penetrative vaginal or anal sex. Too much talking can kill the moment but there are other ways to check in with your partner for consent, for example, eye contact, sounds and touch. Finding other ways to communicate with each other to get consent can also help you to understand what your partner likes and make you both feel even better!
Is this your decision, or are you thinking about having sex to please your partner? If any of these phrases sound familiar then think carefully — they could be pressuring you:. Your friends all seem to be having sex and to know lots about it — do you recognise any of these phrases? Your friends may be saying these things because they want to sound more experienced than they really are.
I have felt tremendous pressure to just have random sex to get it over with and because my friends have lost their virginity but I wanted to wait to have sex with someone I love and who loves me. We all have different ways of thinking about sex. Some people think sex should only happen when you are married. Others view sex and love as different things.
You may have a different way of thinking about sex to your family or friends. That means protecting yourself and your partner against sexually transmitted infections STIs including HIV and unwanted pregnancy. The best way to do this is to always use a condom. Some people find it awkward to introduce a condom in the heat of the moment, so talk about protection with your partner beforehand and be clear on who will provide the condom s.
Putting it discreetly to one side or under a pillow is a good idea.
However, the more open you are with your partner, and the better the communication, the more likely you are to both feel at ease. I tried so hard to "encourage" it, that I ended up ejaculating before I'd even put the condom on. I laugh about it now but it was probably the most embarrassing experience of my life at the time. We tried again a week later and it was great! As long as you and your partner are comfortable with each other you can practise again and again!
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