If you are thinking of having sex for the first time, you may be wondering how she can tell if you're a virgin. First of all, there is nothing wrong with a guy being a virgin and it is nothing to be ashamed of. Secondly, you may find it comforting to know that there is no clear cut way a girl can tell if you have had sex or not. However, there are a few things you may do during your first experience with intercourse that may give you away. Here are a few ways she can tell if you're a virgin.
- Bypass foreplay. When a guy is a virgin, he is usually so psyched about having sex, he forgets the importance of foreplay. While even sexually experienced men often skip over extended foreplay sessions, when a guy bypasses it altogether it makes it easier for a woman to tell if you're a virgin. Before you penetrate her, take time to touch her body, kiss her, embrace her, and place as much emphasis on the pre-sexual experience as you do the actual intercourse.
- Go straight for the boobs and crotch. The easiest way for her to tell if you're a virgin is if you concentrate solely on her boobs and her crotch. A woman's body is filled with many sensitive areas, called erogenous zones, that bring her pleasure. Her neck, hips, and thighs are all highly sensitive areas that can arouse a woman deeply when kissed or caressed. An experienced lover takes the time to enjoy a woman's entire body, not just her boobs and crotch.
- Cum too fast. How can she tell if you're a virgin? By how quickly you cum, or if, God forbid, you cum before you actually penetrate her. Take action to prevent premature ejaculation by masturbating before sex or by using visualization techniques to focus your attention elsewhere during intercourse.
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