There's no magic amount of time to be in a relationship where all of the sudden you need to have sex with a partner. A: Sometimes in relationships one person is ready to have sex but the other isn't.Take your time, and wait until you're truly comfortable. This can be stressful — you don't want to compromise what you're not ready for or what you believe. Anyone who tries to pressure you into having sex isn't really thinking about what matters most to you. I always hear my friends talking about having sex with their boyfriends, but I want to have sex with my girlfriend.And if you're worried about what your partner is going to think, know this: Being comfortable with your body is going to feel so much better than what your pubes look like.So trim or shave them or leave them as is (because body hair is natural) — however you prefer. Do you have to worry if you're only having oral sex?I was really surprised and didn't expect him to do it, but I let him anyway. Vaginas are sensitive and need to be treated VERY gently.Virginity is yours and yours alone, and you choose what to do with it.
Q: My boyfriend and have been talking about having sex, but I'm really nervous. A: Sex shouldn't hurt too much the first time, but it certainly can hurt a lot if you're not really ready for it.
In general, though, if you're experiencing a lot of pain during sex, talk to your doctor.
Q: Everyone says that sex is fun and that it feels good. A: Yes, sex can be fun and feel good, but it's not true that sex just "feels good" across the board in any situation. It's normal for teens to have strong sexual feelings, but it doesn't always mean you have to act on them.
A: The best thing to do with your pubes is...whatever you want!
Seriously, they are yours, so the ultimate decision is up to you.