First night advice.

Started by Ms.Clara, Sep 26, 2022, 10:30 PM

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Hello i need suggestions on how to make your first night special?
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Ricko the onlyone

Whatever your thoughts or beliefs on masturbation might be, it is very healthy. It helps you get to know your body and figure out what you like. This is important information to have in your back pocket when you embark on IRL sex. If you're worried about that old myth that masturbation makes you want less sex, don't be. It's not true. Masturbation has actually been shown to make you want sex more.

Ricko the onlyone

Waiting for your wedding night can set you up to fail. Not to sound completely unromantic, but when you've cooked up a fantasy in your mind, the real thing can be a letdown. Just remember that this is real life. Going in, expecting to have multiple orgasms from penetration, and to somehow be a wanton sex goddess without any prior knowledge to draw from isn't particularly likely. It will probably be awkward and a little weird. Everyone feels strange their first time, don't worry.

Your first time can be a magical experience though if you follow some good tips. You want it to be good, your partner wants it to be good, and we want it to be good for you. Just remind yourself (and your partner) that this is the first time of many. You two love each other. Trust us when we say, there will be plenty of time to practice.

natasha proud

This is your first time having penetrative sex and it's likely not going to be the most incredible feeling you've ever known. Vaginal orgasm happens for very few women and it takes patience and a lot of experience. It often feels like physical pressure the first time and it might even hurt a little. Go slowly; Don't stress out. It's new terrain, we've all been there. You will likely want to stick to one sex position. Obviously, you can change it up later, but for the first time, you just want to see how everything feels. Go for a position that is comfortable for you. When in doubt, missionary or spooning is your safe bet.


No matter how wet you get, the nerves of the first time will probably inhibit your ability to be wet enough. The truth is, no one is ever "wet enough." Lube should now become a staple of your sex routine. You're putting something inside of something that has never had anything in it before... you will need lube. We promise. Place a generous amount on your partner's penis and on your vulva. It will help everything slide more smoothly. So it's my advice for you to use lube on your first night.. so dont forget to use lube


you need to focus on foreplay on your wedding night. A big mistake many of us have made our first time is rushing to the "big finish." We know it feels like you've been waiting forever, but now is not the time to get hasty. Listen to what your body is telling you. Your partner, assuming they're also lacking experience, is going to need to slow down as well. Take time to kiss, lick, and touch each other's bodies. Try oral sex before you have penetrative sex. This might be scary, but it's worth it.
So don't rust penetration, if you'll penetrate quickly it will increase pain and your first night will be all spoiled.


Absolutely right. The secret for first time sex when both parties are inexperienced is to treat your fingers and tongue as the only sex organs in your body while forgetting that you have a dick or pussy till the very last moment when you are as wet as deep sea water and his dick is about to explode

Karlson ludwig

Everyone is telling you what you should do. I will warn you at to what you shouldn't do.
1) Don't consult others, as experienced as they may be, because each couples experiences the first night differently and there is no one formula that fits everybody.
2) Don't watch sex videos as you will discover that your experience is going to be much different than what you'll see on the screen. You are not as professional as the porn stars  fucking on the video
Being a male is a matter of birth; being a man is a matter of choice


To be frank...

"Talk about it beforehand if this is your first time together," advises Dr. Bartos. Do some sexual self-exploration (masturbation) and become acquainted with your body well in advance.

"Create your own delight." It may be awkward, and your spouse may not be aware of all you enjoy and dislike." You can then show them if they don't know.

"Make a goody bag with various items: various types of lube, a couple of vibrators, some feathers, chocolate—anything goes!" That way, you'll be ready if your lover doesn't light you up the first time. Don't worry, you've got plenty of time to train them now."