In a good sexual relationship, there are many ways to explore the body of the other without consummating the sexual act. Sex is the iceberg of which intercourse is only the tip: the eighth part that is shown on the surface. The next preliminary are the other seven parts that bubble below the surface, often helping to overcome all the anxieties you have about sex.
It can often lead to orgasm, and even be more satisfying than the complete sexual act, particularly for girls who find it easier to have an orgasm with play than with penetration. See on the right some of the possibilities that lead to those exciting seven-eighths.
Ways to stimulate yourself:
Given that adolescents consider the complete sexual act as a giant step (in many countries sexual intercourse is illegal during adolescence), preliminary play and petting are often an end in themselves. Since you can achieve orgasm in different ways, this kind of contact is equal to complete satisfaction. Mutual masturbation occurs when you caress and rub against each other’s genitals. A girl caresses or brushes her partner’s penis while he touches her clitoris.
Oral sex consists of kissing, licking and sucking your partner’s genitals. The “69” is the position in which a boy and a girl perform oral sex to each other, at the same time; they can come together to orgasm (simultaneous orgasm). The simultaneous orgasm is possible if a boy rubs the clitoris of a girl with his penis; you should use a condom since semen can enter the vagina even without penetration.
Early sexual experiences can be as intimidating as they are exciting. Here are some answers to questions you can ask yourself:
Does something bad happen to my body if I do not have an orgasm? Sex is such a complicated act that there is little chance that your early sexual experiences will be satisfactory. But do not worry; That has nothing to do with the size or shape of your genitals, be it boy or girl.
Are the boys always lucky to reach orgasm? Ejaculation does not always mean an explosive orgasm. There may be a fairly dull adventure, and he may feel frustrated and out of place, although he may be too shy to discuss it with you.
What we recommende for oral sex? If you feel shyness, start gently and slowly, so you can react and guide each other, but stop if you find it uncomfortable.