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[Jan. 21st, 2009|07:40 pm]
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So I figured I'd begin my first post by talking about firsts in general. Or in other words, this is the post about virgins. Whether you love or hate 'em, we were all one at one point. These days virgins are hard to come by, unless you're one of those weirdos picking up freshman outside of high schools, and if you are then for shame!

I do have one virgin friend that asked me this, "Does it hurt the first time for a girl?" My friend, we'll call her Leggy, is a virgin and like most girls of her age is somewhat scared by the myths of one's first sexual experience.

The answer to this question? Well Leggy, like most things in life, it all just depends on your situation. If you and partner have had foreplay before the actual act of penetration and you take things slow then no, the first time shouldn't hurt. It'll probably feel pretty uncomfortable the first few times but once you get used to the feeling of someone inside you, you'll start to enjoy it.

I do have one friend that had a horrible first time, her boyfriend had an incredibly large penis (I can vouch for this as one drunken weekend I caught a um- glance at it haha). But a large penis can still feel uncomfortable for any girl, it just depends on the shape and size of her vagina.

My first time didn't hurt at all (luckily he was a little below average in size) and I lost it to someone I really cared about at the time. Losing your virginity is special, which is why when so many girls pop their cherry they become emotionally attached to the guy. So, a word to the wise, lose your virginity to someone who realizes how special the moment is and be sure to wear a condom, just because you haven't had sex doesn't mean your partner hasn't. Also it's good to have done other sexual acts before engaging in straight up sex just to get to know your partner's body a little better. Too much at once can be a little shocking. Nothing can be scarier than having never seen a man's balls before and then suddenly their being rubbed all over you, but I digress.

Well, I hope this was somewhat informative and remember if you guys have any questions feel free to message me.

Have a great day and great sex.

--Red Claw

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