Taking bfs virginity

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He's a virgin (20, male) but i'm not (20, female). We are going to have sex tomorrow for the first time. Any advice? How can I make it a good experience for him. Guys what would you want your gf to do n this situation if you were my bf?
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My advice is don't be nervous, you'll feel better once it's done with. See what happens and try to relax
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Just do what you usually do to be honest, tell him what you want and let him find out what he likes and go from there. Although probably dont be surprised if he blows his load in a minute or something embarrassing like that :lol:
Only real thing to bear in mind is to try and avoid embarrassing or stressing him out at all i guess?
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I was in this situation, and I can promise you that my girlfriend at the time being willing to have sex with me was all she needed to do. My advice would actually be not to overcomplicate it. It's his first time having sex. It's all new, so straightforward, vanilla sex will be absolutely fine. If he gets nervous and can't perform be prepared to reassure him, try a different approach, or even take a break and come back to it. But other than that, keep it simple.
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(Original post by Crazy Jamie)
I was in this situation, and I can promise you that my girlfriend at the time being willing to have sex with me was all she needed to do. My advice would actually be not to overcomplicate it. It's his first time having sex. It's all new, so straightforward, vanilla sex will be absolutely fine. If he gets nervous and can't perform be prepared to reassure him, try a different approach, or even take a break and come back to it. But other than that, keep it simple.
Thanks. Should I spend a lot of time on foreplay beforehand, kissing his body etc so that he is relaxed and really turned on so hes not nervous and able to perform?
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Hmmm im not entirely sure.
Dont be surprised if he lasts for 0.89 seconds when inserted.

Yeah foreplay could be really cool.
Also if he can't get it up, re-assure him that its ok, tell him to stop watching porn, and it might be a combination of his nervousness also.
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(Original post by CorporalJin)
Hmmm im not entirely sure.
Dont be surprised if he lasts for 0.89 seconds when inserted.

Yeah foreplay could be really cool.
Also if he can't get it up, re-assure him that its ok, tell him to stop watching porn, and it might be a combination of his nervousness also.
He said that he doesn't really watch porn. Not sure if I believe him.
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He said that he doesn't really watch porn. Not sure if I believe him.
Porn is known to cause erectile dysfunction.
So be on the look out, not to shame him, just make him aware in case thats all.
Have fun tommorrow and don't over think it.
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