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shyteen
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u dont feel im bad.Really im too tensed.I really want to know how to do sex.Can u give a complete idea.
I know we cannot do sex with wearin underwear or pants.

Im a modest gal nt knowin anythin abt sex.My marriage is fast approaching
So on the first night must i nt wear pant or underwear?Otherwise how will i do sex?

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logic_grrl
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We have some helpful articles for you to read:

Ready or Not? The Readiness Checklist
First Intercourse 101

But really, it's important for you to be able to talk to your fiance about this. If you can communicate, then you can decide together what you'd like to do and how fast you want to take things.

So on the first night must i nt wear pant or underwear?Otherwise how will i do sex?

People generally take their clothes (or some of their clothes) off before having sex.

So that's a pretty minor detail - it's more important that you feel comfortable and not tense.

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cool87
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If you're not ready to have sex, there's really no need for you to do it. Even if it's your honeymoon. Have sex when YOU will be ready.

As for taking off your clothes, you're not obligated to if you don't want it. You can simply have dry sex like some people do.

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TAB
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Sex is generally part of the bigger intimacy of marriage. A pretty big part. Your concerns really need to be made known to your fiance and it may also do you both some good to get some pre-marital counseling. Sexual issues, misunderstandings, and differences in expecation can really dampen that newlywed glow. Address it before you say 'I do'
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kluekozyte
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If it is hard to ask friends and family about sex in order to be prepared for it, due to cultural or religious, or simply personal reasons, I highly recommend using the internet using the internet to educate yourself as much as you can about losing your virginity before it happens. You're in a good place to learn about it, and the posts above offered some excellent articles. Read them, and if you have any more questions, ask them.
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