i had sex for the first time, 2 days ago. it was everything i expected it to be: pain. he didnt mean to hurt me, but he couldnt help it, you know? anyways. we didnt really get to finish, because his niece likes to just waltz in whenever she wants to and ask if she can get on his computer. luckily, his door was blocked by a speaker.
we're going to do it again soon. but thats not gonna be the last time. i just want to know when the pain is finally going to go away. it gets so bad, it hurts afterwards for almost an hour. i hate having him think that hes hurting me, because thats the last thing he wants to do. but i also hate getting no pleasure out of it. it even hurts when hes fingering me. i might go to his house on thursday or friday so we can have sex again and i dont want the pain to come back, but i do want to have sex with him. we've gone too far in this relationship to just stop because of a few pains.
BrunetteBeauti answered Wednesday July 30 2008, 4:53 pm: DO you get wet when you guys are having sex or when he's fingering you? If you dont that might be why it hurts because getting wet is like a lubricant your body makes so that he can put himself in you easily. if you dont than you can go buy lubricant so it wouldnt hurt. good luck [ BrunetteBeauti's advice column | Ask BrunetteBeauti A Question ]
LiLMAMAx answered Wednesday July 30 2008, 4:53 pm: It's normaly to hurt your first time. After maybe 2 or 3 times, it begins to feel good :] Just make sure he's on top & tell him to go slow. If they go in all fast & all at once, it will hurt you a lot. Every girl is different. For me, it only hurt the first time. Once you actually get it all the way in, and actually have sex you will be sore for a couple of days because you use muscles your not used to using. But other than that, it does get better! I promise! ♥ [ LiLMAMAx's advice column | Ask LiLMAMAx A Question ]
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