How to be ready for sex

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Whether you've never had sex at all, or you're considering having sex with a new partner, there are a few things you may want to consider. Many of us are unfortunately under-educated or misinformed about sex because of the poor curriculums at most schools, making it all the more difficult to gauge when would be a healthy time to consider taking this intimate step. The fact is, so much goes into the decision: the timing, the location, your mental state, and most importantly: the person you're planning to do it with. Obviously this is all a lot to consider and things don't always go as planned — hence why we have an entire post dedicated to girls sharing what they wish they'd known before having sex for the first time.

First time sex – making sure you’re ready

Are you ready for sex? - NHS

We cannot guarantee that the page will display correctly in your browser. Whatever anyone says, having sex for the first time can feel like a big deal. It can be a really fun and pleasurable experience that you remember for all the right reasons. However, if all your friends have already done it or at least say they have , you may feel under pressure to just to get it out of the way. Who would you be doing it for, yourself or your partner?

How to Decide if You’re Ready for Sex

Ironically, the hotness factor of spontaneous sex goes down when you're not prepared to have it. Whether your bar hookup leads to a wild fling or your boyfriend begs you to stay at his place, follow these beauty and health tips and you'll be ready for wherever the night takes you. Nothing kills the mood faster than bad breath. Even if you brush your pearly whites before you leave the house, bar snacks and certain boozy beverages can bring on a sudden case of halitosis that mouth spray and mints may not be able to combat. Be prepared for good-night smooches or a sexy good-morning wake-up call!
That said, it may help to explore some of your own needs and wants via a one-on-one session with yourself prior to engaging in partnered sex more on that later. But, basically: Relax, breathe, and take it all in stride. The best thing you can do before you have sex for the first time: masturbate.