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These can change everything.
The first time you have sex with someone is a deeply individual experience. "Sex" means different things and comes with different emotions from person to person (and from hookup to hookup, TBH). It's totally normal to feel excited, scared, nervous,
There are actually a lot of (sexist) myths out there about the hymen.
Like the literal rest of your body, your hymen can be any shape or size. Alyssa Dweck, MD, a gynecologist in New York and author of The Complete A to Z for Your V, said the hymen is just a thin piece
"My sexuality is not a huge part of my identity."
From the moment we figure out what sex is, there is a ton of pressure piled on us to 'lose our virginity.' It's absolute madness, and most people end up having sex for the first time before understanding consent, or how
And it's just as awkward as us normal people
Technically, we can probably blame Hollywood for making us think that losing our virginity would be romantic and beautiful. Of course, for most of us it's more just awkward and fumbly-which is why we're somewhat reassured to know that
It’s going to be messy, clumsy, and there will be awkward noises.
1. Your first time might not turn out to be meaningful after all.Sure, you might lose your V-card to your first boyfriend whom you love very much and believe you'll be with forever and ever, but 10 years later,
'We didn't know where to put his penis.'
Whether it be for religious reasons, nerves, or just straight-up timing, some people choose to wait until marriage to have sex for the first time. And whether it's as magical as a double rainbow or awkward as an ob-gyn