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Avoiding Embarrassment When It’s Time For Bed

Avoiding Embarrassment When It’s Time For Bed

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Sleeping with someone for the first time can often be a very daunting event. Having only known the person for a short time, it will be very hard to tell how they will want to go through something like this. Of course, though, the worst part about going to bed with someone for the first time is the prospect of embarrassment. To give you an idea of what goes into this, this post will be exploring some of the work which can be done to ensure that you don’t have to deal with shame when you find yourself swept up by the fun.

Keep It Clean

After a long day of walking around and having fun, most people will be in need of a little bit of a freshen up. This isn’t something you’ll always have time for, though, and this means looking for ways to keep yourself clean without having to take five in the bathroom. Websites like the Scary Mommy blog are great when you’re looking for advice in this area. It can be hard to talk to those around you about personal hygiene, but blogs don’t judge.

Dress To Impress

The clothing you wear says a lot about you, and is one of the earliest impressions someone will have when they meet you. Of course, though, when you’re going to bed, these garments will be coming off, and it will be the ones underneath which you’re most concerned about. There are loads of underwear options which are designed to be both pretty and comfortable, nowadays, and this means that you no longer have to choose.

Be Honest

There will always be aspects of your body which you feel worried about, even if you spend loads of time working on it. By simply being honest about this, you can find yourself in a great position, and the person you are with is likely to feel a whole lot more comfortable, as a result. Of course, there are some things which you won’t want to talk about. If you’re worried about something superficial, though, like hair or scars, you don’t have much to worry about.

Do Your Part

This sort of experience can be embarrassing for anyone; not just you. This means that your partner is also likely to be a little worried about your potential reaction to their body, and this is something worth considering. Even if something takes you by surprise, you should work hard to make as little of it as possible, as this will help to keep both parties happy. There is nothing worse than having someone look shocked or amused when they see you naked.

With all of this in mind, you should be feeling ready to take control of the time you spend with others in bed. Feeling embarrassed should never be a part of spending time with someone else like this, thought a lot of people find themselves experiencing it. If you need more help with this, it could be worth talking to a sex expert, as this field can get very complex.


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Sexual Health: The Importance of Practicing Safe Sex

Sexual Health: The Importance of Practicing Safe Sex

Sex can sometimes be a bit of a taboo subject to talk about. But I think that that needs to change. If it becomes something that we can’t talk about, then where do we go for tips or advice? The chances are that we won’t and we will just be left solve something on our own. One of those the things that is becoming more and more prevalent are sexually transmitted diseases. I think if we were all more open about sex, we would all be a little more educated about it. If we are more educated, then perhaps the spread of STDs could be reduced? It is certainly worth a try. condoms-59636_960_720

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First of all, if you are sexually active, one of the best things to do is to get tested. A lot of symptoms can be hidden and you might not even know you have something. If you don’t know, then the chances are that it could spread even more. So get yourself tested; it is really important for your general health too. A site like accuratehivstdtesting.com could be a good place to look if you are after some advice.

Then, if you have been tested and you know everything is OK, you have a few options. One sure fire way to not contract an STD is by abstaining. Though, for most, this wouldn’t be an option. But only having sex with someone you are in a committed relationship with, or reducing the number of sexual partners you have can help a lot too. If you are in a relationship and you both get tested, you will know that as long as you are both faithful, you’ll both be fine. There is certainly peace of mind that comes with that. If you aren’t in a relationship, then it is up to you how many sexual partners you have. The chances of catching something goes up, the more partners you have and the more unprotected sex that you have. So no matter who you are with, you should always use a condom.

There are a huge variety out there on the market too. So there will be something for everyone, as people might have allergies to certain materials. Look at a post like the one here verywell.com/condom-types-906789, to find out more. One of the most important things to note is that you shouldn’t leave it up to someone else. Don’t rely on the guy always having protection, or a girl always having a female condom. If you want to practice safe sex, then make sure that you are prepared yourself.

One final thing to note is that you should stand up for yourself. Don’t let anyone talk you into something that you don’t want to do. If your male partner refuses to wear a condom, then make sure you are in safe in other ways by you using a condom instead. If you want to be safe and protect yourself, then you make sure that you are doing so.

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