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okay so now me and my boyfriend have both agreed were definetly ready for sex. but the thing is we have before a few times- well kind of. im 16 . were always laying side by side when we start but the penis never goes in.. it just rubs across my vagina . and i know this makes me sound like i dont know my own body, or im not ready for sex but none of that is true. i need to know the way to acturally 'get it in' please help. this is so awkward and embaressing in bed. how do you make it go in .. fast .
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Welcome to Scarleteen! I'll link you to a few articles that you can read together with your partner to figure this out, alright? And if you have any further questions, we'll be happy to answer them.

Ready or Not? The Scarleteen Sex Readiness Checklist
What's Sex?
First Intercourse 101
Is THAT All There Is?

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