Personal story: Becca
I would never change my first time
"The first time I had sex was when I was 15 and my boyfriend at the time was 16. The day before was Valentine’s Day and he had taken me out. We had planned to have sex that day, but it just ended up not working in our favour. The entire time we were out, we kept making out and rubbing crotches and grabbing ass. It was something that was extremely built up.
The next day was a Friday, so after school I went over and we were already prepared with condoms and such. We were on his bed making out heavily and we started to take off our clothes. He asked me if I really wanted to do it, and that we could wait if I didn't feel ready. He was very sweet about the whole ordeal.
When we got down to it, he rolled down the condom on his length, a little shakily, but he got the job done nonetheless. He then proceeded to ask me again if I was ready and again, I said yes. When he entered he did ever so slowly but of course like any virgin, I felt the pain. I gasped a little and he got nervous and asked me if I was hurt. He moved slowly and after a short few seconds I was luckily able to enjoy our sex. It was slow and romantic as he moved himself in and out and his broad back and smooth skin felt amazing under my hands. I could just see in his face it was such an amazing feeling for him to be in me and he moaned/sighed when he came. Even though we didn't work out, I wouldn't ever change my first time. I luckily had a pretty amazing first time."
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Everyone’s first time is a little different, and there’s often a lot of built up emotions, which can be hard to manage! Despite obvious nerves, Becca and her boyfriend were prepared for this, meaning the experience was a positive one! Find out more about how to have great sex your first time.
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