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How to Have Sex for the First Time : Tips and Tricks

Have Sex for the First Time

What is the age to have sex for the first time? All over the world teenagers are curious and confused about this. Premarital sex is not considered acceptable in Nepal and Eastern cultures. There is no such restriction in Western society.

In a study conducted in Britain, many young people said that losing their virginity by having sex at a young age was the biggest mistake.

More than a third of young women and more than a quarter of young men in the study admitted that they were underage when they had sex for the first time. In Britain, it is legal to be at least 16 years old to consent to sex.

According to the recently published National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles, many people at the age of 16 may not be ready for first sex.

The study, which will be carried out over almost 10 years, provides detailed information on the sexual behavior of British citizens.

The study, conducted by researchers at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, is based on the answers of 3,000 young adults surveyed between 2010 and 2012.

About 40 percent of women and 26 percent of men who participated in the study said they felt their first intercourse was not at the right time.

When questioned further on the matter, many responded that it would have been better if they had waited a little longer to lose their virginity. Some said that it would have been better if they had had sex beforehand.

Most of the participants had had sex by the age of 18, and half had lost their virginity before the age of 17.

Almost one-third had had sex before the age of 16. The study also looked at whether the participants were in a position to make an informed decision about virginity when they had sex for the first time.

For example, questions were asked about whether they were under the influence of drugs at the time or whether they had been peer pressured into consent.

About half of women and a quarter of men are found to be sexually unmotivated at first intercourse.

One in five women and one in 10 men said their partner was not as ready as they were for first sex and may have given consent under pressure. Professor Kay Wellings, the founder of the study, said that the legal age of consent does not indicate that a person is ready for sexual activity.

“Each youth has a different personality, some may be ready at the age of 15 and some may not be ready until the age of 18.”

Another researcher, Dr. Melissa Palmer, said, “Our study shows that women are more likely to experience peer pressure to have sex for the first time than men during adolescence.

“While this study shows some positives, such as nearly 90 percent of young people using reliable family planning at the time of first intercourse, more work needs to be done for the overall health of young people until they are sexually active.”

She said sex education in schools needs to teach young people how to properly communicate with their partner for safe and positive first sex. The right time for first intercourse

Ask yourself these questions before having sex for the first time

Is it a good feeling?

Do I love my partner?

Does she love me as much?

Have we consulted and agreed on the use of condoms to prevent sexually transmitted diseases?

Do we have the means to avoid pregnancy?

Am I ‘done’ at any point with sexual activity and will we both be okay with that?

If all of the above questions are answered in the affirmative, then it may be the right time for first intercourse.

But if the answer to any of the questions below is yes, it may not be time for first intercourse.

Have you ever felt pressured by a friend to have sex for the first time?
Can I regret having sex?

Am I thinking about it because my friends have already had first sex or to tell them?
Have I thought about sex out of fear that my boyfriend/girlfriend might break up?


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