|i saw your tags on the post about sex not hurting and no, seriously, not even feel uncomfortable. it's supposed to feel pretty dang good! if it doesn't someone isn't spending enough time to make sure you're aroused enough~|
Aw maaaaan. Like legit nothing??? I knew about the no bleeding thing to a degree, I did think I read somewhere that in certain cases girls had hymens that were I guess bigger and more in the way so sometimes they would get “popped”, and it being painful from lack of stimulation etc but I just thought your first time a weird sensation would come with it like the first time you use a tampon your like oh heey that’s a new feeling because you’re so aware of what’s going on. Like it’s not painful, unless you’re not using it right, but it’s just a weird sensation. Except with sex the weird sensation would bece a good (hopefully great) sensation like real quick.
Hhmmm! I need to know more now. Anyone else???
PLEASE do not listen to this person. They are acting as if their personal experience pertains to everyone else which can lead to confusion and worry among women who do feel pain or bleed when they start to have sex.
I’m tired of it being spread around that your first time having sex isn’t supposed to feel weird or uncomfortable at all. For some women, it certainly can. Everybody reacts differently to a wide array of things, both emotionally and physically. Some women can be sufficiently aroused and still bleed the first time, others can have a lot of pain mixed with a lot of pleasure, others have a comfortable time and completely lack pain.
You’re correct in believing that your first few times can feel a bit weird because your body hasn’t adapted to the feel of a penis yet. If you happen to not experience any pain, that’s great! All reactions are normal during earlier sex experiences, and the only time you should start to worry is if you have pleasurable sex frequently and it begins to hurt later on despite being sexually active and being sufficiently aroused.