Where do people learn about sex?

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I've recently started having sex with my bf, these being my first few times. I have no clue what to do during sex so have relied on my bf guiding me. I've read a few online articles but have no idea where people learn about sex otherwise.
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just think about what YOU want !! what pleases you and what do you like and how can you incorporate that into your sex life. Its good to see that you and your bf already have some communication surrounding the matter so KEEP that going and if anything ask more and talk more - sometimes asking can be hot and will ultimately lead to a better experience.

whatever you do, don't rely on porn for education - it is an idealised male gaze version of sex - and primarily it is ACTING !! what pleases the male gaze and brings in the views, won't necessarily please you. Focus on you and your relationship and work out what you like in your own time and way.

hope this helps.
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If you trust your boyfriend enough, and you should, then you can discuss with him because boys normally have more experience. Otherwise, use cosmopolitan or women's health etc. There's loads of websites, specifically for women, on starting sex, how to enjoy it, positions etc. Do some exploring and focus on big and trustworthy companies. I live in the UK and the NHS website helps a bit too. Enjoy
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