based on the title of this video i thought this video was going to be absolute trash but i’m pleasantly surprised A+ can all people share his views on this subject pls
Q:I kissed dating goodbye... but there was tongue. Lots of tongue.
I. just. hollered. I HOLLERED.
what does losing virginity means? why don’t we just say the first time of having sex
I can honestly tell you that I spent 17 years thinking my worth came from my virginity and within one month I realised what bullshit that is just so you all are aware.
Hello my lovely followers!
Okay, I have an important topic I want to discuss. VIRGINITY. Many of you may cringe at the sight of that word, but I just want to have an open discussion which you guys are more than welcome to give feedback on.
Personally, I think sex is natural and special, but it…
Why is it called ‘losing’ your virginity? You don’t lose it. You don’t wake up one morning and be like “oh my god! Where’s my virginity gone?!”
Q:I just looked through your entire about me and all of your tagged/answered to see if you had ever said anything about your virginity. You're too gorgeous to be a virgin, but you've never said you weren't either.
- Virginity is a social construct.
- Virginity is just a fucking term.
- I have not answered either way, because I do not like to publicly discuss that. I think it’s personal, and none of your business on if I have had sex or not.
Q:hi! so I'm 17 and a virgin and I'm really ready to have sex but I'm a little scared because sometimes I test myself to see what I can handle and even having one finger inside me isn't very pleasant. I know your first time hurts but how much? I'm kinda freaking out about it...
While your first time can cause you a little discomfort, it really shouldn’t hurt you. The best thing to remember when having sex (with penetration) for the first time is lubrication. Take time with your partner to make sure you are wet; ask them to stimulate your clit with their fingers or mouth, or to do anything else that arouses you, before penetration.
Remember, if you do experience pain during your first time, or feel uncomfortable or unsafe in any way, you can always stop.
For masturbation, here is a guide on penetration and finding what feels best for you.
Q:So my boyfriend wants to rush in to sex but I'm afraid that it's going to hurt what should I do??
Don’t rush into anything. If you take your time and ease into it, it’s not going to hurt, but it doesn’t sound like you are ready yet. Don’t do it if you aren’t ready.
Q:Hi! I'm bisexual and female. I have a gf and we've been together for a year now. We're both virgins in the traditional sense but we've had sex with each other a few times. The thing is that we want to lose our actual virginities to each other using a strap on. I have some concerns being that it'll be our first time using something like that for sex and also the fact that it's something neither of us can actually feel as a part of our bodies has me a bit worried. Any advice? Thanks so much!
As with any other kind of sex it’s most important to go slow at first, check in with each other often and use lube if necessary to make sure everyone is enjoying themselves without unnecessary pain or chafing.
That said, virginity is what you make it and what you define it as. You are not required to have penetrative sex with a phallus in order to be considered “not a virgin” anymore. If that’s your definition, that’s totally cool but I just want to be clear that no one else gets to decide what “losing” your virginity looks like except you. There are plenty of people who participate in sex acts that aren’t penis and/or penis shaped thing in vagina and would still wholly consider themselves non-virgins.
As for using a strap on and not being able to feel it as part of your body, that’s where the checking in with each other really comes in. “Does that still feel good?” and “Are you okay?” are great questions to ask during ANY sex act but especially any time you’re trying something new.