Sex with a new partner can be lots of fun, and also nerve-wracking, so it’s a good idea to know how to prepare for sex with a new partner ahead of time. There are several things to take into consideration when getting ready.
- The first thing you want to do to prepare for sex with a new partner is to make sure you and your new girl are on the same page and that you’re both ready. It’s also a good idea to talk a bit about what you like ahead of time, if you can accomplish that without feeling too awkward. If you know your girlfriend likes to have her ears nibbled or her throat kissed, at least you’ve got a good place to start.
- Next it’s time to go shopping. Yup, you guessed it, condoms. Even if your new partner is on birth control pills or some other form of birth control, you need condoms for extra pregnancy protection, and also for protection from sexually transmitted diseases. If you want, get a variety so that your girlfriend can choose which ones you should use. While you’re at the store, you might want to buy some new underwear and deodorant, if you’re low on it. Few things are more of a turn-off for many girls than body odor and underwear with holes or stains.
- Spend some time on personal grooming when preparing for sex with a new partner. Take a shower, pluck any stray hairs, use that deodorant you got. It will make your girlfriend feel special to know that you took extra time to look nice for her.
Getting ready for sex with a new partner should be an enjoyable process, and doesn’t take much time. Remember to communicate openly with your new partner, use protection during sex, and groom yourself appropriately beforehand.
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