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Frequently, when it comes to first-time sex it can be reasonably intimidating, going hand in hand with a lot of stress. Most importantly, you should always remember that consensual, protected sex is the way to go. Here are some tips, given by experts to make the first time as enjoyable as it can be. We all know that nowadays, resources such as movies, tv shows, social media platforms and especially porn websites portray sex as an intense, and enthusiastic act, during which, women moan with pleasure at every move made by their partner, however reality is a bit different from the content displayed online. You must remember to stay brutally honest with your partner when it comes to sex. Experts state that its okay for some pain to be present during your first time. Although, if your partner is causing you unbearable physical discomfort- tell them! You should not force yourself to endure awful amounts of pain in order to please your significant other.
When you decide to have sex for the first time, you may well be nervous. Good sex is more about feeling comfortable around someone, trusting them and being able to communicate with them than it is about having the perfect technique. Lots of people wish they had waited longer before having penetrative sex for the first time.
The first time you have sex is different for everyone. You and your partner decide together what you want to do. You do not need to have sexual intercourse.