My partner said that when he enters inside me, he feels something like a barrier or a lump. This kind of barrier hurts when touched. What can it be? Because of this, I can’t have normal sex. (I have never had sex before.)Updated 10 April 2023 under Ask Us.
You are not alone, pain with penetration is a lot more common than you think! However, it is hard to know what the barrier or lump may be that is […]Read more »
I’m 14, and my fiancé and I are ready for sex. I’m planning to use lots of protection. My parents don’t want me to have sex, but they are giving me an okay. We both have plans for the future, and he will be by my side if I get pregnant early. Am I ready, or no?Updated 22 July 2022 under Ask Us.
Deciding when you are ready to have sex for the first time is a deeply personal experience, and the fact that you are asking us this question means you are […]Read more »
I had vaginal sex one time and took all the precautions. It’s been a long time since I had sex and nothing in my life changed because of it. My health care provider (HCP) always asks if I am sexually active, what do I say if it’s only been one time?Updated 13 September 2021 under Ask Us.
Awesome question! Once you’ve had sex, whether it’s vaginal, anal, or oral, you’re considered “sexually active.” The reason why you’re still considered sexually active is because although you might not […]Read more »
I would like to lose my virginity when I am 14 or 15 years old. Is that OK? My parents would obviously not be OK with this but I don’t understand why it would be wrong. Obviously I would make sure I don’t get pregnant.Updated 5 July 2021 under Ask Us.
The decision to have sex is very personal and should be based off of number of factors. Sex isn’t wrong and when the timing is right, everyone deserves to have […]Read more »
There is a guy I would really like to have sex with, but I am afraid I will bleed after we have sex. I broke my own hymen and had bleeding afterwards. How do I know if this worked? I really don’t want to bleed while we have sex!Updated 13 May 2021 under Ask Us.
The hymen is a thin membrane that surrounds the opening of the vagina. Everyone’s hymen can be different, in thickness and or shape. The most common hymen shape is in […]Read more »
Yes! It doesn’t matter how old or young you are, it’s completely normal to not be sexually active. Sex is a huge deal – physically and emotionally. No one should […]Read more »