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black_fairy7
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i bearly started having intercourse with my boyfriend -i was a virgin before i met him-. well he wants me to get on top of him i would like to but the problem is that i dont know what to do.plz help! what do i do once im up there?

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kythryne
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Locking because you may not post the same topic in multiple forums. Your question has been answered in Ask A Sexpert. This topic will be deleted shortly.

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Ashy
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From the guidelines:
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Scarleteen cannot and will not answer questions which pertain to sexual technique or illegal activity, and posts which request such material will be closed or deleted, which includes, but is not limited to, such questions and subjects as:

* How to perform specific sexual activities (i.e., "How do I give a blow job?" "What are some new sexual positions?")
* Illegal drug use or drug abuse (including alcohol use under the legal drinking age)
* Illegal or patently unsafe sexual activities (i.e, bestiality, statutory rape, incest, purposefully transmitting disease or infection, etc.)


So this is the time to start some good conversation with your boyfriend. Maybe something like "I'm open to trying new things, but I'm unsure about what to do here. Could we talk about it?" At any rate, you and your partner can discuss this issue and figure it out.

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