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BlondChik1424
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Does it hurt the first time you have sex?
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celery
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It may or may not, it really depends on the person. Depends on how aroused you are, if your hymen is still intact, or if you use lube.

It didn't hurt my first time, but it was slightly painful another time. My advice if you are going to have sex for the first time and don't want it to hurt, make sure you are ready, aroused use a condom and lots of lube!


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logic_grrl
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And if you're thinking about first-time intercourse, check out these articles:

Ready or Not? The Readiness Checklist
First Intercourse 101


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BlondChik1424
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I'm not planning on having sex, I know im not ready for that type of commitment. I was really just curious. Since my hymen is broken, not stretched but I broke it when I was younger, will that make it less painful?
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Olive
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Yes, it should, But when you're ready using lubrication and being aroused will help even more to make it less painful.
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clueless101
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i am so glad i found this sight! im planning on having sex w/ my bf but im not sure on "how" to do it. help!!
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wobblyheadedjane
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Clueless, follow the two links in logic_grrl's post above; they're chock full of important information and questions to ask yourself.
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