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Help please, thank you. - June 9th 2021, 02:03 PM

[FONT=""][COLOR=""][SIZE=""]I'm a girl, I bought my first sex toy, my question is after I use this for several months, when I do have sex with a guy for the first time will it hurt less? Sorry if it's stupid.[/size][/color][/font]
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Re: Help please, thank you. - June 9th 2021, 04:17 PM

i dont know much about this but the toy does not have to do with the actual thing. granted depending on the toy it will stretch ummm you know the area and make it easier but it really depends on the person

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Re: Help please, thank you. - June 9th 2021, 04:28 PM

Hi there,

It's perfectly healthy to be exploring your own body in this way. Your experiences with sex will be unique to you so none of us can tell you anything for sure, nor are we able to provide health advice. Whether or not sex hurts your first time varies, not everyone will experience pain the first time they have sex.

Saying that, exploring your body like this can make you more confident and aware of yourself which, when the time comes can help you go into the experience more relaxed which can help create a better overall experience, potentially decreasing the chance of experiencing pain.

Everyone is different, and experiencing pain with sex is influenced by a number of factors, but exploring your body and sexuality in a healthy way can help you better understand your body and your needs when it comes to sex with a partner in the future.

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