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I came to the U.S. at age of 12 with my mother. We settled in sunny Florida, which was quite a contrast to Minsk. I have always been fascinated by sex and relationships. Sex Secrets is where I share sex advice, experiences, news, and sometimes a little humor. If you have a question about sex that you prefer not to post in the comments, you can email me at svetlanaivano(at)yahoo.com.
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Sex Tips for Virgin Girls

The first time,  aka losing it, being deflowered, breaking the seal, losing your innocence, popping the cherry – there are lots of names for it – but when you’ve decided to have sex for the first time, the names don’t matter. What matters is being ready and having some idea of what it’s all about. Losing your virginity is a big decision. Allowing a man to possess your body is a big step at any time, but especially the first time. These five tips will prepare you for first-time sex.

Use condoms.

Two scary things that can happen from sex  – pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases (STD) – can be almost eliminated by using condoms. Other birth control methods, if you’re using them, don’t prevent STDs.  You CAN get pregnant or contract an STD just from having sex just one time.

Use lubricant.

If you are nervous, you might not get as wet as you want even if you feel really ready. Make sure you are wet enough before he enters you, and don’t hesitate to tell him to wait if you are not.  In this case, and/or if you’re using condoms, use lubricant. Put some of it on your vagina and his penis and everything will be much easier. There is no such thing as too much lubricant.

Don’t worry about the pain.

Prior to experiencing sex, most virgins have heard from a variety of sources that the first time hurts for a woman. You should expect some pain the first time, but it’s not like the kind of major pain you’d have from a broken leg or other serious injury. You may or may not bleed.

Don’t be anxious about sexual performance.

Virgins are often anxious about sexual performance. What is a good performance? A good performance occurs when your partner enjoys the experience. The secret to giving a good sexual performance is concentrating on your partner and ensuring he receives as much pleasure as you are able to give. Notice what he seems to like and respond to it appropriately. Also, don’t be anxious about your body. Seeing a naked female body is a wonderful treat for a man, and seeing yours will be, too.

Don’t expect an orgasm.

Unless the man who takes your virginity is experienced and skilled, you may wonder what all the fuss was about. Few women have orgasms the first time they have vaginal intercourse. The enjoyment of sex at first will probably come more from emotional high of surrendering yourself to a man you like and the pleasure and excitement of feeling your lover’s body against you and inside you rather than from orgasm.

Losing your virginity is something that should be special, because once it’s gone, it’s gone forever. It should be done with a person that you truly care for. So, good luck, and remember that no one really knows what to do the first time around. If you make a mistake, just laugh about it. If you laugh about a mistake, it makes it seem like nothing at all.

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2 Responses to Sex Tips for Virgin Girls

  • Gina Shan says:

    Thanks I am still waiting for the right person and
    even though I have not had sex yet I know what to expect with my next relation ship and do condoms always work!!

  • Svetlana Ivanova says:

    Nothing always works, but condoms are at least 99% effective if they are used correctly.

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