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Consider What You and Your Partner Want and Feel Ready For: Even when we know we want to have certain kinds of sex, we may be comfortable with some things and not others. We may, for example, be comfortable having vaginal sex with a condom but not without one or be ready for vaginal sex but not anal or oral sex or vice versa. Thinking through what we feel ready for ahead of time can make it easier to communicate our boundaries to our partner s before or during sex. Just like with other kinds of sex, everyone will have a different experience with vaginal sex. What we enjoy and do not enjoy can be a lifelong preference, or it can depend on the day, the partner, and the circumstances.

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Tips for Vaginal Intercourse - Options for Sexual Health

Back to Sexual health. When a woman has vaginal sex for the first time, it can be a little painful. You may also have some bleeding, but this isn't always the case. If bleeding happens, it's usually because your hymen has been broken during sexual intercourse. There are things you can do to lessen any pain, such as slow penetration and using a lot of water-based lubrication.

Tips for Vaginal Intercourse

Sex can mean different things to different people. Things like kissing, touching, rubbing and stroking are all things that can make you feel good. Knowing about all of the options can help you make informed choices that are best for you.
Sexual intercourse or coitus or copulation is sexual activity typically involving the insertion and thrusting of the penis into the vagina for sexual pleasure , reproduction , or both. There are different views on what constitutes sexual intercourse or other sexual activity , which can impact on views on sexual health. Various jurisdictions place restrictions on certain sexual acts, such as incest , sexual activity with minors , prostitution , rape , zoophilia , sodomy , premarital and extramarital sex. Religious beliefs also play a role in personal decisions about sexual intercourse or other sexual activity, such as decisions about virginity , [13] [14] or legal and public policy matters.