Like: If there are two holes in your vagina your urethra and your vaginal canalwhich hole does sex happen in? And what about all this "popping the cherry" stuff I've heard about? And WTF is a hymen?!
Ah, virginity. We're told that that it should only be with someone special. All of that, I say, is total crap.
Calling our virgin brides! Happy wedding day! Losing your virginity is a strange experience, no matter the circumstances.
Losing your virginity is a big deal. It's not uncommon to have all sorts of romantic and exciting fantasies of how your first time will play out. But for most people, the reality is that their first time having sex was less than perfect. It makes sense that with lack of experience, nerves, and some pretty skewed views of what sex actually looks like, that people's first times are usually not so great or not what they expected.
There are lots and lots of different sex positions that two people can try, but some of them make more sense for people who are a bit more experienced in this department. In fact, the odds that the sex will even last long enough to consider switching positions is fairly unlikely. Another good thing you can do for yourself and your partner?
Photo by Leah Flores via Stocksy. Because we place so much cultural value on sex—and because many of us receive terrible, inaccurate information about it thanks, abstinence-only education! We're here to help.
One solid bit of relationship guidance is "The Campsite Rule. You know, like when you're actually camping. AKA, don't be an asshole and leave your garbage everywhere. If you really want to show them the time of their life, put your knees on either side and assume the straddle position.
The first time you make love to a virgin can be delicate. But now, you must cross the great chasm. This article centers on the steps to properly handle how to have sex with a virgin.
First-time sex should really come with an instruction manual, tbh. We've been getting a lot of great questions about first-time sex at sexqs buzzfeed. The following pieces of advice are meant to apply to all cisgender and transgender individuals — regardless of your age, sexual orientation, or gender identity. That said, not every tip might apply to every person.