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As you get to know each other’s bodies better you can experiment with different positions that work for you both.
It is probably easiest to choose one of these positions if you are having sexual intercourse for the first time.If you aren’t, you will put yourself (and your partner) at risk of unwanted pregnancy sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and HIV.There are many STIs that you can get through unprotected vaginal sex, such as chlamydia, herpes or HIV and it can happen as a result of just having sex once.If it's a woman’s first time having sex she may bleed a little.This is generally nothing to worry about – it's a sign that her hymen (a very thin piece of skin that partially covers the entrance to the vagina) has broken.(1) Dear Alice, I am a sexually active female, but I can't reach orgasm when having sex with my boyfriend. Dear Yearning, C, Searching for pleasure, and Reader, Many women experience frustration from their inability to feel sensation or sexual pleasure from vaginal-penile intercourse.
Here it goes: during sexual intercourse, I never feel any sensation or tingling feelings, I feel nothing. This has been with every guy I've been with and I've been with about 15 guys. — Searching for pleasure (4) Dear Alice, What is the best way for a woman with an inaccessible clitoris to reach orgasm during intercourse, without artificial stimulation?
Sometimes, a woman’s hymen will have been broken through activities such as horse riding or through using tampons, so not all virgins bleed the first time they have sex.2 If you continue to bleed every time you have sex then it’s a good idea to speak to a healthcare professional to check it’s nothing to worry about.
Knowing how sex works can help you to feel more relaxed and ready to have sex, but being clued up about contraception and protection is just as important.
Don’t be too concerned if this doesn’t happen straight away or at all.
It takes time to get to know what works for you sexually – and for your partner – and sex can be enjoyable whether you climax or not.
3 Talking to your partner about protection before you start having sex will help things go more smoothly.