5 Tips For Good Sex
Wow, finally you have taken the decision to have sex for the first time?
It is clearly understood that the idea of “losing it” can be nervous, but this does not get rid of the enjoyment form sex. Whether you’re straight, gay or anything between them, we have put some tips together in order to ensure that your first time is fun and the experience is enjoyable.
- Be ready!
It might sound like a little obvious, but it’s actually the most important thing to everyone. The question is Are you ready?
Sex apart from being a complete natural physical activity is also emotional. Nerves can be over, for you or your sex partner, and it’s quite normal for you to feel a bit overwhelmed.
Although emotionally it is important to be ready, getting prepared with protection will work some miracles to put your mind at ease and increase your sexual pleasure. Followed with the use of condoms to protect yourselves against sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and unwanted pregnancies, there are some water-based lubricants that will help things move a bit more smoothly.
Nothing is more comfortable than ensuring that both partners really want to have sex.
Keep talking to your partner; tell them how you feel, what works and what’s not working. You can decide to change your mind and if at any time one of you is feeling uncomfortable, rest and try again when you are both ready.
- Know different types of sex
Sex is sex, right? Well, no, actually not. Sex can mean different things to different people and there are different ways of having “sex”. Some types of sex such as Oral sex, which occurs when you use your mouth to lick and suck the genitals of another person. Vaginal sex refers to sex when the penis enters the vagina and anal sex until the penis enters the anus. In general, however, when people talk about “first-time sex,” they talk about vaginal or anal sex.
Whatever your choice, know that condoms are the only way to protect 100% of HIV, STIs, and unwanted pregnancies.
- Foreplay is very important
Before the first time, you can spend a lot of time worrying about what the outcome will be. While it’s natural, spending more time on foreplay can be helpful to both of you, it makes both partners enjoy sex and decrease the chance of hurting each other the first time.
When we say ‘foreplay’ it means any activities that help you and your partner turned on before you proceed to penetrative sex. Kiss, feel, lick and make sure that you stimulate your partner as soon as possible so both of you are in the mood and get set for the next step.
- Talk to one another
Sex should be fun! To do this, you can continue to communicate with your partner.
There are some things that you may not like, as a result of this you can decide to slow down or halt. While some other things may seem incredible and you might want your partner to continue doing these things! You might like it when a partner touches you in a particular area, you may prefer it more slowly or fast, but how do they know, unless you communicate?
Use physical signs, moan lightly, give them a smile or whisper in their ear: by saying “give me more of that please!”