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LBelle22
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Were you scared? Was it your first time having sex ever? What was it like in comparison to opposite-sex sex?
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Heather
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(I think when asking a question like this, it's best not to presume someone having same-sex sex has HAD opposite-sex sex or even wants to, okay? Thanks!)

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rowby
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My first time wasn't my first time. I'd been with a few girls before, but I was absolutely scared to death, but I overcame that and enjoyed it. In relation to opposite sex-sex, I still find it much more enjoyable than same sex-sex.
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sjk1990
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It was my first time, and I was very nervous. I have not had opposite-sex sex and have only had one sex partner so I really have nothing to compare it too.
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Windy-La Raindrop
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I wasn't any more scared than normal- in fact, I was a lot more calm, but that was more a factor of maturity and education that the gender of my partner. It wasn't the first time I'd ever done those activities with someone else, but it was more enjoyable; again, partly a factor of maturity, but also because of relative comfort and the fact that I am just much more attracted to his girl than I have been to any guy, so...

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littlemissiowa
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I don't remember my first time with girls too much actually. I was drinking with a couple of my girlfriends and we were making out and it was crazy and wild and the next morning I woke up between two naked girls and thought, "Damn, what the hell did I do last night?"

It was great!

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