So ‘everybody’s having sex’ and you think you’re missing out. First of all this statement probably isn’t true, and secondly, why rush. If the person you are with isn’t willing to wait for you to be ready, then perhaps they are not the right person for you.
responsibility of all parties involved. Knowledge is the best preparation for making sex a fun, positive and safe experience.
Tips on how to have a good sexual experience
- Only have sex when you feel ready.
- Don’t give in to peer pressure and have sex because your mates say they are. There’s a good chance they aren’t.
- Make sure the time and place is right for you and your sexual partner.
- Don’t rush. Take your time and relax don’t do anything that you don’t feel comfortable with.
- Always use condoms for protection against chlamydia, other STIs and unplanned pregnancy.
- Consider using a water-based lubricant during sex.
- Avoid drinking too much alcohol. You don’t want any regrets!
- If you’re having anal sex, use plenty of water-based lubricant with condoms.
- It’s good to talk. Tell the other person what you like and dislike. If you’re not ready or feel uncomfortable tell your sexual partner that you want to wait
- Have fun and enjoy it
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