Guys are encouraged to get their virginity over with, that they won't be good when they first start having sex and that's OK because it's a process, etc.Meanwhile, girls are told that virginity is a gift that you need to hold onto, that it's some kind of commodity and that you're "losing" something once you have sex for the first time.Oral sex or sex with a toy is something that two partners can share, as well as ~outercourse~ techniques like fingering and mutual masturbation. If I have sex with a girl, am I technically losing my virginity?Sex with a same sex partner most definitely counts as sex. A: Virginity is a fraught topic because of how differently it's handled when it comes to guys and girls.People who pressure others into having sex are only looking to satisfy their own feelings and urges about sex. They should make you feel appreciated, respected, and supported, not pressured or uncomfortable. If I have sex with a girl, what technically counts as sex?If you feel pressure to have sex because you're afraid of losing your boyfriend, it may be a sign that you're not in the right relationship. If your boyfriend truly cares about you, he won't pressure you to do something you don't believe in or aren't ready for. A: Sex is about trust, respect and intimacy, so there are a bunch of different ways that you can have sex.And if you're worried about what your partner is going to think, know this: Being comfortable with your body is going to feel so much better than what your pubes look like.
But here's the thing: If you're really scared about doing it, like you say you are, then it doesn't sound like you're truly ready.
But when you're really ready for it, you'll feel excited and safe…like the way you feel before a rollercoaster—good scared, not bad scared. A: Deciding to take any kind of sexual step should be a mutual decision — not something that you do just because your boyfriend wants to — so there is nothing wrong with taking things as slow as you need to.
Q: My boyfriend and I have been going out for almost nine months now and have only gotten to third base. (This may mean dating someone for months or even years without ever having sex!
Having sex is a big responsibility because yes, there is always a chance something could go awry.
Even if you use protection, the condom could break, and no birth control is 100% foolproof. You have every right to feel freaked about that and not want to risk it!
There's no magic amount of time to be in a relationship where all of the sudden you need to have sex with a partner. A: Sometimes in relationships one person is ready to have sex but the other isn't.