#GirlsTalk – The First Time Published on:

Just imagine you or your boyfriend have your place to yourself. You’re spending the evening chilling comfortably on the couch together, maybe also watching a movie. However, that doesn’t even matter, because all you two have in mind is sex.

The first time is really a tricky subject. Whether it is your first time or the first time with a new partner: it’s always thrilling. And often mainly girls have many questions. When should I sleep with my partner? Does it hurt? And how do I tell him that I’m still a virgin? Keep reading to find the answers.
Every beginning is exciting

Your first time: there probably thousands of questions running through your head at the moment. The most significant one being: Does it exists, the right time? Statistically, most youngsters experience their first time between the age of 14 and 16. Many young girls are often insecure. And if their best friend talks about her first time, they’re even more intimidated and embarrassed.
Nevertheless, it is important to always keep in mind: Nobody can tell you when it is best to have sex. Whether you’re 14 or in your twenties, it makes no difference. It shouldn’t be an “I have to do this so that I can join in the conversation”, but rather an “I would like to do this”.

New partner, new luck

Ending a relationship is never fun, whatever reason you may have. If it’s because of a heated argument, too different opinions you share or because one has fallen in love with someone else – it’s not the end of the world. But particularly with the latter, it is better to make a clean cut.
Starting a new relationship, you entirely want to commit yourself to what’s to come. Following the motto: When one door closes, another one opens. It is no crime to fall in love over again, to rediscover yourself and to have sex with a new partner. Your different sexual preferences and experience make the first time with a new partner at least as thrilling as your first time in general. So, just enjoy.

Don’t forget the condoms

Doesn’t matter how often you already had sex, prevention is and will remain a relevant topic. In every respect, there will be a time when you have to and should talk about it. Some girls may have already heard this: “Do you take the pill?” Many girls like this contraceptive from all sorts of regard. Clearly, it prevents unwanted pregnancy, but you know how the saying goes: better safe, then sorry. Especially in the beginning of a relationship it’s good to rely on condoms to protect oneself from sexually transmitted diseases. Talk openly about this matter and find out what is best for you two. Everything else will come naturally. And always remember …

Do what you want. Do it with love, respect and condoms.

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Author: Caro 
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