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- me and my boyfriend, decided were gonna have sex a week ago or more yay :P (we love eachother) it turned out it wasnt gonna be a one night thing, as i imagined it would be, cause im tight, we decided we would hav e to take it slow, a little at a time. would lubrication make the proccss easier? it doesant hurt that much, only when we really try to push it in.then we usually stop and take a break. lol, i s this a normal way of doing it?.
- another thing, once we start doing it, would i have to get a higher dose of birth control the ones my doc tor perscribed, he said are low dose, he perscrived then to me for cramping, an dheavy periods. i have perscriptions for the next 3 months, so would i have to get it changed?
- and final question ( i know im just full of questions today!) would you be able to tell me, or give me a link to the sensitve points on a guys "area", so i can aim for those to please my man, thanks!
toodles :>

p.s i just read another post where someone states theres no such thing as being too tight" wow now that makes me feel confident :> hehei try telling people that too, and noo no one believes me. but wont it hurt if yourt not use to bigger things then a finger or a tampon?

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Have you checked out the following articles yet? Because they answer nearly ALL of these questions, in detail:

First Intercourse 101
Ready or Not? –The Readiness Checklist
Sexual Response and Orgasm – A User’s Guide
Safer Sex... For Your Heart
If you wished to use your mini-pills as your sole birth control then likely yes, you would need a different pill to have a high level of protection. But if you're educated and ready in terms of sex, what you also know is that you ALSO need to worry about STDs and STIs, which means, at a minimum, backing up with condoms for intercourse. See the checklist linked above, and: Safe, Sound & Sexy – A Safer Sex How-To

Lastly, the guide to sexual response above should help with your last question, but what helps most with that is talking to your partner. Not all men and women are exactly the same. In fact, few are, and everyone has different areas of sensitivity and different responses. So, if you haven't already learned to communicate with your partner in terms of asking what he likes (and he asking what you do), then I suggest you learn to do that well before you get sexually active.

Heather Corinna
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thanks alot, oh yea i didnt mention anything about condoms. But yea im a smart girl NO GLOVE NO LOVE :>
condoms always!

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