About Me
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.
Google Translator
    Translate from:

    Translate to:

Sex Tips for Virgin Guys

So, you think you’ve finally found a girl willing to have sex with you. Good for you. These five sex tips for virgin guys tell you what you need to know, do, and say so that you don’t look like a complete idiot when having sex for the first time. I know you’ve watched a ton of porn, and you think you know what sex is going to be like, but porn is entertainment, not sex education. Real sex is nothing like porn.

Always have condoms with you.

You never know when you might get lucky. It’d be too bad  to have to postpone losing your virginity to a willing female because she won’t let you do it without a condom.

Condoms do three good things:

1) Condoms prevent unwanted pregnancy. A girl or woman can get pregnant from having sex just once, without having an orgasm, and in any sex position, including woman on top. Remember that DNA tests can prove paternity, and you can be jailed for non-payment of court-ordered child support.  If you’re not sure that you’re willing and able to support a child for at least eighteen years, a condom is your best protection.

2) Even if she is using her own birth control, condoms prevent sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). The symptoms of STDs are not always apparent, and how would you know anyway? You’re a virgin. Contracting a sexually transmitted disease would lead to, at the very least, pain and embarrassment, and it could result in permanent damage or even death. Aside from not having sex at all, a condom is your best protection against STDs.

3) Condom help prevent premature ejaculation. Condoms do lessen sensation somewhat, but for you that’s a good thing. The average first intercourse is reported to last 1-3 minutes. That’s not nearly enough for a woman to have an orgasm with intercourse or even enjoy it. A condom may help you last a little longer.

Be sure to practice tearing open the package (without tearing the condom) and putting the condom on. Trust me: you don’t want to be trying to do this for the first time in the dark between the legs of a waiting woman.

Take your time.

Going too fast is more likely to scare a woman than get her to give in. Grabbing her breasts or groping her crotch right away isn’t going to turn her on. Trying to shove your fingers inside her before she’s ready won’t make her yearn to be filled by your hard, throbbing penis.  It may hurt her instead, which won’t do anything for your chances of scoring. Remember that the longer the foreplay lasts, the more ready and willing she will be to have intercourse with you.

Be gentler than you think you need to be.

Even if she’s willing  to have sex with you, rough handling could make her reconsider. Her breasts and clitoris are especially sensitive. Don’t twist or bite her nipples. Don’t rub her clitoris directly with your fingers. When the time comes to put your penis inside her, put on a condom, position the head at her opening, and push in slowly. It feels better that way, for both of you.

Act like you been there before.

Once your penis is inside her, don’t start pumping away like crazy. You’ve probably spent the last few years of your life fantasizing about this moment. Enjoy the sensation of her tight vagina around your penis. When you do begin thrusting, start slowly. You’ll last longer that way. After you ejaculate, you should pull out while your penis is still hard, since the condom can easily slip off when the erection is lost. Hold the condom at the base of your penis while withdrawing so that semen doesn’t spill out.

Be nice to her afterward.

Don’t ask her if she had an orgasm. She probably didn’t. Try to do better the next time. You should, however, let her know that you enjoyed being with her by holding her, kissing her, and complimenting her. Don’t tell her you love her if you don’t mean it, but you should at least be nice to her afterward and make her feel good about having had sex with you.

Being a good lover doesn’t happen automatically. With the right partner, time, care, and practice, you have everything you need to become a great lover. Your first times may be fumbling and awkward, but hopefully they’ll be the start of great times for the rest of your life.

One of the worst things that can happen to any man is not being “sure” if he had given his woman a orgasm. Imagine being so sexually skilled that you can literally give ANY woman orgasms. To discover the secrets to giving your woman the best sex she’s ever had, click here!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


*

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

Recent Comments
  • Svetlana Ivanova: Have fun!
  • James Scholes: Great advice. Were beginners at this.
  • Svetlana Ivanova: A man has a more direct route to an anal orgasm than a woman – his prostate. Otherwise,...
  • steve: Can the same be applied to a man and strap -on wearing woman?
  • Svetlana Ivanova: Some women are definitely uncomfortable with that.
  • Svetlana Ivanova: Not STD so much as just disease in general because the vagina is a good incubator for bacteria....
  • Abby: Hi, i haf anal dex for the first time with my BF then had vaginal. Is there a risk of getting and STD even...
  • steve: I tried this last night, except instead of oral I rubbed her clothes with one hand and did the premium massage...
  • DJ: Thank you for this wonderful, detailed description. I often wonder what sex feels like for a woman. I will give...
  • steve: I have found that from my experience. Great article
sex forum