Hi, my name is William I am 19 years of age. I have several questions, and I'm going to attempt to bundle them up here.Ok. My girlfriend of practically 6 months is coming to stay with me for two full weeks, in July. I am rather excited. But I worry, because I had an Aneurysm, a type of stroke where there is too much blood flow and too little areas for it to spread itself out correctly. It paralyzed my right side at first, but its pretty much came back albeit with some instability. I still can't walk yet but they are confident that I will be walking soon. Anyways.Our anniversary is on the 25th. And I was thinking that would be a special night attributed to us and possibly love making. I've seen the ads on T.v and I was going to get "Yours+Mine" Ky lubricant. But I don't think she has had any experience with lubricant and I just dont know how she might react when I bring out. So, how might I show her in a way that is both not deceiving and shows I want to be expressive with her while trying to please her?
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If it is your first time together I wouldn't recommend trying fancy lubricants. The special sensations are caused by chemicals that can also cause irritation to genitals after friction, such as a few minutes of sex. Try a plain one so that you don't have an unfortunate lesson learned on your first time. To present the idea of lube I think it is good to incorporate it into foreplay. Maybe when you put on the condom (which I highly recomend you do) put some onto it, and maybe on your fingers if/when you touch her genitals. Just try and be natural, let there be communication during everything, and have fun. Oh, heh, and just because you think it would be a good time to have sex doesn't mean she wants to. I suggest having a frank conversation about if you both feel ready, have contraceptives, etc. Good luck.
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