Asking your partner to use a condom? Explain it’ll make you feel more free and wild!
Choosing birth control? Think whether unplanned pregnancy would be an inconvenience or a total disaster.
You are ready for sex when you’ve got condoms ready, birth control sorted out, and you feel safe in the place when you plan to have sex for the first time.
You are ready for sex when you trust your partner and feel that making love would be an addition to your relationship.
You are ready for sex when you look forward to explore this new thing called making love. You might be nervous, curious and exited, but not scared.
You’re not ready for sex if you’re only doing it because you’re worried your partner will dump you if you don’t.
You’re not ready for sex if your partner wants it, but you’d rather postpone it for a little longer. It’s your right to say no.
You’re not ready for sex if you’re only doing it because you feel it’s your duty as a boyfriend/husband or as a girlfriend/wife.
Getting ready to make love: make sure you have enough time and that you are in a place you both consider private and comfortable.
Getting ready to make love: talk to each other, make sure you’re both relaxed and in the mood.
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