Most people feel nervous about their first time. Common fears include whether it will hurt, if the woman will bleed, if sex will change things and whether you'll get it right. If you're relaxed, happy and secure with your partner, you're more likely to enjoy it.
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Getting to Grips With Sex
When it comes to sex, the first time could be scary for many. The most common fears include the possibility of pain, bleeding, if it will change things between the couple or the chance of going wrong. The key to enjoying however lies in being relaxed, happy with your partner, and most of all feeling secure. Communication helps too, sharing feelings, fears and concerns can help establish boundaries eg. We will only do it if we use protection. A good way to start the whole process is foreplay. While the vagina begins to lubricate, its muscles relax, allowing ease of entry. One thing to keep in mind while losing your virginity for the first time, is that STIs and pregnancy can occur the first time itself, this is why it is imperative to use protection and have sex responsibly.
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Some girls believe it is safe to have sex if the guy is using a condom. They think it will keep them from getting pregnant or catching sexually transmitted diseases like AIDS, Syphilis, Gonorrhea, genital warts or Herpes. If you are one of such girls, do you know the whole story? Do you know that the claim that condom is safe and can protect you from getting pregnant or being infected with sexually transmitted diseases like HIV is FALSE? When doctors work on someone with HIV, they put on two pairs of gloves, a full gown over their clothes, a mask and goggles. How then do you think having sex with a guy, exchanging bodily fluids, sweat, saliva and a whole lot of other stuff, that a thin slip of condom will protect you? Here are 10 hard facts about condoms you need to ponder before using it. The results vary from study to study. Findings, however, generally suggest that:. And lastly, neither do condoms provide protection for the heart, mind and emotions.
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