Okay so ive met this amaazing boy, we've been together for two weeks. He's a virgin and I'm not. Thing is, recently I've become really horny and I really want to do things with him, I want to tell him but I don't want him to think I'm just in it for sex because I'm really not!
I just don't know how to tell him that he turns me on!
Anyway, I could really use some advice! Thank you x
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My advice is to say what you just told us. Tell him "I want what we have to continue to grow but you've been soo amazing its really been a turn on for me and I don't think I can go much longer being this horny without dealing with it and I'd like it if you helped me deal with these desires." Your concern that he might think all you want is sex is probably the one thing you won't have to worry about. What's likely to happen is for a few weeks or months after you introduce him to sex the only thing he'll think about is when the two of you will have sex again. Of course the other way is to simply not talk about it with him just find a good place and time to start making out with him and let things gradually escalate. There are two approaches I'd recommend either wear a skirt without panties and guide his hand so he can feel for himself how much he turns you on or simply start unbuttoning his pants either way he'll understand what you want and being not only a guy but a virgin will only be too eager to give it. Be safe though make sure you have protection with you because he might not have any with him.
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