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i got a couple of things to ask, hopefully you guys can help.

1) im going to see my GF in a couple of weeks and she wants to have sex but i'm a virgin. i havent told her yet but im really really nurvous...

2) i have a tight ring near the end of my forskin so when im erect i cant pull it back its fine when im not erect, will this be a problem during intercourse?

thanks in advance

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Ready or Not? The Readiness Checklist
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Check out those articles.

In response to your first question, we always encourage honesty with one's partner. If you are concerned about something, you need to tell her about it.

In terms of your second question, if this is something that causes you discomfort, you should see your doctor about it.

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