Your first time having sex might be the subject of a lot of enthusiasm, but it may also hold feelings of fear or anxiety. Often, though, it's difficult to imagine what it will actually be like when it happens. Generally, the only conception we have of our first time is what we see in the movies, however, those portrayals don't very often get it right particularly when it comes to the first time. Here are some points to know before losing your virginity.
You’ve possibly spent quite a bit of time imagining how your first time will happen, but it’s important not to overthink and let it be a spontaneous event. It may happen that your partner has different ideas about how things should carry on. This isn’t a bad thing if both partners get to voice their needs and desires, and revel in the pleasure of attending to their partners’ desires.
You might have heard that when you lose virginity, you are going to bleed. This is not correct in all the cases as there are chances that you may have ruptured your hymen ahead of having sex. This happens with women who are active in sports or often rides a bicycle.
Losing virginity for the first time may or may not hurt. However you can feel a little pain or pressure but if it hurts a lot, then you should stop it. Lubricate properly and indulge in foreplay before penetration.
Foreplay is a very important part of sex. It not only makes your first-time exciting but also will aid in natural lubrication. This will result in a less painful and exciting sex.
If you are going to have sex for the first time, do not expect to attain orgasm. First-timers must focus on exploring their partner’s sensitive areas, which would eventually help them in the long run. Particularly for females, attaining orgasm can be a little more difficult as compared to men.
Don’t believe people who say you can’t get an STD your first time, it’s a myth. Likewise, women are able to get pregnant even during their first intercourse. Hence, it’s important that you wear protection each and every time you have sex.