The Answers to the Most Googled Sex Questions ...

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You should never be afraid to ask questions, especially when it comes to sex.

The more you know, the better.

According to Teen Vogue, these are the most googled sex questions of the year:

1. What is Sex?

What is Sex?

Some people will say that sex takes place when two sets of genitals meet.

Of course, sex can be a lot more than that.

Oral (using your mouth) and manual (using your hands) should be considered sex as well.

Why Does It Hurt when I Have Sex?

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ELIZABETH REYNOLDS
Love y'all 😘😘😘😘
ELIZABETH REYNOLDS
Thank you all so much! I'm going to wait!! Couldn't decide this without you girls!!!! Kisses n hugs to you all
Kayliebereda29
@elizabeth I think you should wait until you think you're ready everyone's different. If you feel that you want to then you shouldn't be afraid to if you love him, but I wouldn't rush. Hope it helps
Kulasp3Ra
Oh wow! 14 ? I just had my period at that age. Lost my virginity after graduating college . No rush girl. :)
peony blue
@Elizabeth when you are much older and what is the rush some of the fun things in life is the anticipation after all its not the destination but the journey!
peony blue
@Elizabeth wait wait wait. Enjoy exploring your femininity but wait! You will appreciate the real deal when
ELIZABETH REYNOLDS
Thank you so much Sev you really helped me out 😘😘
Sev
And to the girls below, your first time should be whatever you want it to be. Find the right person, whether that be a long term boyfriend or a trusted attractive friend. I never wanted the candlelit roses on the bed type of first time, so mine was with a guy I was super attracted to. It was a friend's with benefits situation and that's all I wanted. The first time will be messy, clumsy and awkward. Everybody's is. But as with everything, practice makes perfect. I'd suggest if you're nervous to be naked as much as possible by yourself, even just sleeping naked, it'll help you be comfortable with the naked part, so it's not incredibly overwhelming. That's the main thing that concerned me my first time. But as I got comfortable with my body, I got much more comfortable with others seeing it and just being naked itself. Also don't be afraid to say what feels good and what doesn't. If it doesn't feel good, you won't enjoy it and likely he'll feel bad for not getting you to orgasm. It's scary, awkward and you don't want to seem rude or controlling I know, but they can't tell what feels good for you, and they are only going off what they've read or saw, and not everyone likes the same thing. If you don't feel pleasure from just penetration, find your clit and get him to rub it. Most women climax better with the clit than penetration
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