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me and my boyfriend are both still virgins and have been dating for some time now. we've disscussed having sex quite a bit. we know each others boundraies and what each others likes or finds pleasureable. we went and bought condoms just in case anything happens. we both really want to do it with eachother. weve come close to doing it but never have taken off our underwear. i know we love each other but everytime we get really close to it both of us get really nervous and shaky, sometimes our breathing is even irregular. is this normal?? is it telling us that were not ready to do it even if we think we are?? plz help me
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Some nervousness is okay - it's always exciting to try something new. But if you're feeling so nervous that it's holding you back, then it's wise to listen to your body and take it slow.

Why don't you and your partner take a look at this article together:
Ready or Not? The Scarleteen Sex Readiness Checklist

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"The question is not who will let me, but who is going to stop me." -Ayn Rand

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