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So I have a new boyfriend. Our relationship is great but it starting to get physical and I don't know how to have the sex talk to him. I want to know how to bring the subject
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We have some good articles about this on the main site; if you haven't seen these yet I think they'd be a great place to start.

Be a Blabbermouth! The Whats, Whys and Hows of Talking About Sex With a Partner

Hello, Sailor! How to Build, Board and Navigate a Healthy Relationship

Ready or Not? The Scarleteen Sex Readiness Checklist

I think that reading these articles (and possibly asking your boyfriend to read them as well) could help you talk a little more frankly with him about his foot fetish, which you mentioned elsewhere, as well as general sexual issues.
In general, though, I think it's always good to have a talk about sexual interests and boundaries before you actually start sexual activities with any new partner. If you haven't really talked about any of this yet, I'd back off from sex for the moment until you can do so.

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