TOP-TIPS FOR THE FIRST TIME SEX

TOP-TIPS FOR THE FIRST TIME SEX

You must have given several thoughts before finally making the decision of getting intimate with your lover. The decision itself is somewhere or the other is going to change your life. You will experience a whole different thing in your life. You will start loving your body more. Not just that the bond between you and lover will reach the next level. But also you will be able to connect your lover on both emotional and physical levels.

Since it’s going to be the first time you need to keep few things in your mind before jumping onto some action:

1. SPEAK UP ABOUT YOUR DESIRES

Don’t make love or get intimate with your lover under peer pressure or something which you are not ready for. Make this decision only if both of you desire want to step up your relationship. Having sex for the first time, should not be planned instead it’s better if it just happens.

2. CLEAN YOUR PRIVATE PARTS

If it’s the first time to sex, you should definitely keep yourself hair-free in your private regions. Nobody likes to have sex with a paddy field. So, shave or wax your vagina and he will love pampering your smooth skin down there. And also, undergo regular self-examinations for any sexually transmitted disease, because this might create problems for both of you.

3. CONSENT

Sex is fun if done heartily along with consent. Be it your first time or the hundredth time, one should always have sex only if your partner gives consent. Nothing is enjoyable if done forcefully. Respecting your partner’s decision is actually very important in a healthy relationship.

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4. REMEMBER YOUR DATES

Yes, it very important to have a track of your menstrual dates. First of all avoid having sex during your menses, because it might hurt you a little more and also the mess created after it won’t be easy to clean. Secondly, first time sex if not done with condoms or other safety measures, can make you pregnant.

5. SAFE SEX

Try and ask your lover/ partner to have safe sex. Use condoms to avoid any future stress of getting pregnant, i.e., fertilizing your eggs with his sperms. Use of condoms neither lower your levels of enjoyment nor interferes with the achievement of orgasms.

6. NO EXPECTATIONS

We belong to humans so we tend to have lots of expectations from almost everyone. But try and keep these expectations at bay, atleast when it’s your first time for sex. Sex isn’t really as same as watching porn. People actually don’t continue for an hour, it’s ok to end up in minutes. It’s your first time, focus on enjoying rather expecting for orgasm or something you end up hurting him or yourself. Don’t pressurize your partner to hit your G-spot, its his first time, too.

7. FOREPLAY

Foreplay is very important when you are having sex for the first time. The acts of foreplay prepare your body for sexual intercourse, and especially in women, it encourages vaginal lubrication. It increases your chance of achieving an orgasm. So, involve yourself and your lover in deep kissing, smooching, exploring and touching each other’s genitals.

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8. BLEEDING

Since you a virgin if you are having sex for the first time, you might end up bleeding due to the breaking of your hymen. But it’s normal, to bleed. But at the same time, it’s not compulsory to bleed, as hymen is just a barrier to your vaginal opening which sometimes breaks due to other activities.

9. DON’T FAKE ORGASM

In your first sexual intercourse, you don’t need to fake an orgasm just because you watched it on some porn videos. Everybody has a different body, as a result of which, everyone experience the heavenly feel of orgasm in a different way. You might experience orgasm, just by clitoral stroking or something else.

10. APPRECIATE YOUR LOVER’S EFFORTS

Appreciate your lover’s effort if you both had really good sex. And even if it is not so good, still appreciate him, because you don’t want to feel him low. You would not love to send him to some sex school to learn all those magic tricks for hitting your g-spot.

So, just involve yourself in some good foreplay before moving onto some really quick actions. Remember, making love is more important than actually jumping onto having sex.
Have a healthy conversation with him for what you liked and disliked. This will not only help you connect at a better level, but also help in developing a healthier-deeper bond with your lover. Love your bodies, and have safe sex.  

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