How To Make Love For The First Time
Everyone is nervous when learning to make love for the first time. But nervousness can lead to fumbling and embarrassing mistakes if you don't know what you are doing. Depending on the person you are with, it's important to recognize indications of whether or not you are making the right moves. The steps are rather simple but must be followed to achieve the best first impression.
- Before you make love with your partner get educated. You can never have enough education in this situation. Talk to people, ask questions and get familiar with the most important parts of your targeted sexual interest.
- Conversation is the most important aspect of making love. In order for your first time to be successful, you must make a solid connection with your partner. Without communication, intimacy can be cold and unrewarding.
- Foreplay is also essential to love making. There can never be enough foreplay before you make love for the first time. Take it slow and pay attention to details. Some parts of the body can be just as sexual as the obvious ones. The backs of the knees, elbows and thighs can be great places to start.
- Test the waters. If you think your partner will like to be talked dirty to, try a little whispering or even demanding. You should know by their facial features or noises as to whether this is a good idea. You can also use this process when gauging their interest in oral activity as well. Just never push uncomfortable actions on your partner when making love for the first time.
- Introduce intercourse slowly. Do not try to be aggressive if it's your first sexual experience. Most of the time when people make this mistake it results in embarrassing fumbling and apologies. If intercourse is started slowly, it can camouflage your virginity. Also, ejaculation can be prolonged the slower you go.
- Don't abandon gentleness once intercourse has started. Never stop kissing and caressing after entry has been made. This is a very bad move. Your partner will feel used if she loses important intimate contact.
After sexual intercourse is over it's important to keep intimate contact for at least the next 30 minutes. You will want to make your partner feel important. If the sexual experience has been good enough for them it will not even matter if it was your first time.