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fantabulous_femme
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Hey! Don't think I'm dumb or anything, I just want to know....during sex, when the guy starts going up and down, do you go with him, go the opposite way, or just lay there or what? I'm a bit confused on that so please let me know! Thanks!


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Sweetypie
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It usually depends on what u like i guess... i usually go opposite to him...in that way i get more excited but it really depends to u...

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Musickat01
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I think it really depends on your mood too. Sometimes when I am having sex, I don't think I have good rhythm but I still get him off and everything else like that. How can you get the rhythm right?? Does it come with practice like other stuff??? Because when we were having sex this morning, I found out something that I could od that I didn't know before...!!! And I was really proud with myself.. I guess it all come with experimentation??

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Well since i'm always on top i really don't have a good answer for this one....but my boyfriend always moves opposite of what i do so we get contact you know? and so that we are both coming together at the same time. But go the opposite way it will feel better....well it may be different with different people. That's just my opinion.

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fantabulous_femme
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Hey! Thanks so much for your help so far! I do have a few more questions though. I've never had sex before, but me and my boyfriend are talking about it, waiting until we are 100% ready. I'll be on bottom since it's my first time, but won't it be hard to move like that? I mean, I don't know since I've never done it before so let me know! Also, what if I freak and don't do anything but lay there? Would that be a turn-off or a problem or something? I know I probably sound so dumb, but I need to know this!! Thanks again!! Oh, btw, is it just as pleasurable if you move the same way???? Please answer me soon!!!


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Musickat01
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It usually IS better if both parties participate which I found out this morning. But sometimes I lay there because my moaning just helps him move better and it makes the sex better. I think moving symmetrically takes away from the feeling. I think the first time you do it, don't worry about whether or not its going to be good because you will probably just be concentrating on that sentimental moment and the surroundings to worry abotu it too much..... Worry about that part later!!

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Well, when we are doing it doggie, I always find myself pushing back when he rams it in forward, and going forward when he slides it back out.
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fantabulous_femme
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Thanks so much you all!! I feel so much better now that I've got that part of it cleared up! Thanks again! If you have any other advice, keep posting and I'll keep reading!
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One thing that I have noticed is that when you are on the bottom it is a lot harder to move.. due to the weight on top of you. I wouldn't worry too much about it though. You and your bf will both get pleasure either way. Also, talk to him about what he likes, be verbal so that he knows what feels good. Everyone likes it a different way. He will appreciate the verbal cues too especially if he is also a virgin... he probably feels a little bit lost as well.

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