Guys are typically less anxious about their first intercourse than girls because they don't have a hymen to break. However, that doesn't mean that they have no questions and worries. First-time sex can be pretty scary for both sexes! Here are some tips for guys who are about to have sex for the first time in their life.
Tip #1. Get to know your body. Most first-time sex guides for female virgins tell young women to get to know their bodies, while most guides for guys forgo this advice. It's a shame, because men have quite a lot of erogenous zones in addition to the penis. Most guys masturbate, but very few of them take time to discover what they like. Yes, male orgasm is easier than its female counterpart, but fulfilling sex is not all about the orgasm. You need to learn to enjoy the process as well.
Tip #2. Buy condoms. Condoms are a must because they help prevent both unwanted pregnancy and STIs. You might have heard or read that sex without a condom is much better. But come on, condoms are not that thick! Unprotected sex is definitely not worth the risk. So buy condoms (make sure you've got the right size) and learn how to put them on if you haven't yet.
Tip #3. Don't drink too much. There is a common misconception that alcohol helps relax before your first intercourse. However, alcohol consumption before sex has more downsides than upsides. Alcohol complicates communication with your partner, dulls the sensations and can impair your sexual performance. A lot of guys find it hard to maintain an erection after they've had a couple of drinks. If you want your first experience to be enjoyable and memorable, you should abstain from alcohol.
Tip #4. Communicate with your partner. Communication is one of the most vital skills when it comes to good sex. First, don't try to hide your sexual inexperience. It will just make your feel more anxious and awkward. Break the news to your partner beforehand. Second, you need to make sure that you're on the same page with your partner at all times. Don't be hesitant to tell them about your likes and dislikes or ask them for things.
Tip #5. Don't set high expectations. You shouldn't expect your first-time sex to be mind-blowing. Maybe it will be great, maybe it will be mediocre, who knows. Sex gets better with time, especially if you explore new things with the partner you trust. So don't worry if something doesn't go as you expected and don't jump to hasty conclusions about sex in general based on your first and only sexual experience.
Tip #6. Don't be embarrassed if you come too fast. If it's your first intercourse, you're probably a teenager with a short refractory period. Use it to your advantage! Wait for several minutes and go for round two. Just don't leave your partner unsatisfied, remember that sex doesn't end when you get off. If you can't get it up yet, use your hands and tongue to make them feel good.