We were teenagers once, so we know the thoughts surrounding sex. Looking back, we might wish our parents told us one thing when they told us another. So for you, gorgeous ones, we have six things teenage girls need to know about sex. Pregnancies and diseases are very real!
Talking about sex and relationships with your teenager
Sex is confusing. Chances are, whether you're about to embark on your first experience with sex, or you've done it multiple times, you probably still have a ton of questions. What's sex really like? Does it hurt the first time? Read on for real answers and advice on hooking up, your first time, how to know you're ready, and more! Q: The other day my partner and I were hooking up, and they put their fingers inside my vagina. I was really surprised and didn't expect them to do it, but I let them anyway. While they was doing it, it started to hurt, so I told them to stop. Is this normal? A: What you felt is totally normal.
Sex and relationships
Please log in, or sign up for a new account and purchase a subscription to continue reading. Please log in, or sign up for a new account to continue reading. Updated: March 8, am. I would tell her to wait till she was with the boy at least five months before even considering it, that way they can get to know each other first. First, on a subject so fraught with controversy, emotion and strong opinions, I believe it is important to be frank, direct, and to the point.
For many high school students across the nation, it is finally time for Prom! A time to get a pretty dress, buy corsages, rent limos, and try to convince mom and dad to stay out all night long. This is also a time that many teens may be considering having sex for the first time. Thinking about having sex may be stressful and scary for many teens because it may mean having to think about how to prevent an unintended pregnancy. You may already know about birth control , or you may not have a clue about your contraceptive options. Some teens have been fortunate enough to have been exposed to comprehensive sex education , yet many have not. Although talking about birth control may be embarrassing, if you can't talk to your partner about this, then maybe you aren't ready to have sex. Did you know that 1 in 5 girls become pregnant in the US before the age of 20?