ohkay so my boyfriend(jay) and i have been dating for what makes (april 14th) 6 months and were in love. Starting around three months ago his father gave jay the talk after i met his parents and said he would prefer if jay and i wait until marriage but if we can't be safe. and he gave jay like three condoms. Now jay and i have this very strong sexual connection and its getting harder and harder to wait. We have made out and he has fingered me and sucked all up above my waist. Now jay wants to perform oral sex(he doesnt expect me t give it back) and i really want him too. im scared however because then that means there is only one thing left to do.(SEX) and im not completely comfortable with my body yet(my vaginal area has razor bumps everywhere) yesterday jay sent me a picture that had some bumps above his penis i sent him a pic of my vagina and he said he didnt care he loved me for me , this morning we were talking dirty and i sent him a picture of me topless and he sent me a pic of his penis. i really want to have oral and vaginal sex with jay im just afraid of the risks. my mom was 15 and pregnant and i want to make her proud and not be another her. so what should i do ?!):
Penis-in-vagina intercourse is just one specific type of sex. There is no singular definition of what sex is. And sex doesn't work on a hierarchy. Penis-in-vagina intercourse is not "better" or "more" than other types of sex.
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