in the past 5 minutes from the last time i wrote, i talked to my g/f and we want to get started with becoming sexually active. we have been together for a year and a half now, and we love eachother very much. ive read alot about foreplay and all ive seen is foreplay for guys, what am i supposed to do for a girl?
A good way to start, is kissing. Some girls like the neck and ears, others don't... so you'll have to explore this. Some girls like a little biting... but not too hard! good places to bite are where the shoulder and the neck. Touch her - all over - and be nice and gentle, but not so gentle that she's falling asleep, or you're tickling her! caress her breasts and genitals on top of the clothes first, and then underneath... tease a little, but not too much. Kissing of breasts and stomach is good too...
Basically you want to have a good make-out session before getting into the actual sex part. This will ensure that she's well lubricated, which will in turn, make sex more pleasurable for both of you.
------------------ just a girl, a lonely one at that.
I'm going to describe what I like...even though (as ms scarlett says) the only way to find out it to ask. Well some general tips for forplay are: kissing, caresessing, cuddling, stroking, licking, biting (gently) parts of your partner that she likes, for example, he earlobs, neck, lips, tummy, genitals (but take it slowly) breasts and well ask he what turns her on. You can also explore from there to having dry sex, oral sex and also mutual masturbation...all of which are very fun. Remember, take it slowly and gently, keep asking her and she asking you. Be safe, and enjoy it
Ahhhhhhhh...now you've made me miss my boyfriend and made me all tingly! (never mind I'm seeing him tomorrow- )
------------------ Love can't be explained...it's just sitting there looking smiley!
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