Every woman’s heard the stories about how having sex for the first time can be painful. This isn’t the case for every woman, however, so there’s really no reason to get too worried about it if you’re still a virgin planning to have sex soon. That said, it’s not a bad idea to be prepared for that scenario. Sex can be painful even if you’re not a virgin but there are ways to make it easier for you. These methods are definitely worth checking out if you’re planning having sex soon and you want to make sure it’s as enjoyable for you as it can possibly be.
Be comfortable with your body.
A large part of knowing how to lose your virginity without pain is being comfortable with every part of your body. If you’re nervous about your partner seeing you naked to the point where you’re tense, the actual penetration is going to hurt because you won’t be wet. On the other hand, if you’re relaxed and enjoying the attention your partner is giving your body, you’re going to be more receptive to every part of sex and the likelihood of pain will be much less. Take some time to become familiar with your body and what sensations you like. Accept that your partner is obviously attracted to you and loves your body. Once you do, your first time will probably be amazing.
Learn about sex together.
If you and your partner are both virgins, it means you can learn about the finer points of sex together. In order to make sure your first time is enjoyable and memorable, you should both make the effort to learn how to please one another AND how to maximize pleasure for yourselves. There are a lot of things he can do to make sure his first time is amazing and the same goes for you. By learning those tricks together you’re guaranteeing that the two of you will be ready for a fun, intimate, fulfilling firt-time sexual encounter.
Extend the foreplay.
There’s a reason most sex experts will tell you that foreplay is important. Foreplay for a woman is crucial because it arouses her. Once you’re fully aroused, your body starts producing natural lubrication, which in turn means that penetration will be easier than if you’d skipped right to penetration without taking the time fool around a bit. If you want to make your first time painless, don’t skip out on the foreplay—in fact, you should make sure to extend it. You can and should spice up your usual foreplay for this occasion by trying something new.
Don’t be afraid to use lube.
Being as the female body naturally produces lube in order to make sex easier, it’s never a bad idea to use some more if it’s needed. Make sure you have some on hand and be generous when using it. More lube means less pain.