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      Greetings all,

      I'm hoping this question is not considered too sexual or too adult for this site. I'm 19, and I know I can get help and advice from people who are older than I am and have gone through similar things.

      I've tried researching this topic online and found several resources, but none were particular to my situation, some parts were ambiguous, ect.

      My girlfriend and I have decided to have sex. We want to be extremely careful, as you can imagine. Neither of us have had sex before.

      From what I've gathered online, I should use a latex condom. I am not quite certain how to put one on, and I intend to do more research into that. Hopefully it's easy to do! I do not intend to ejaculate - I've read online that no matter how hard a guy tries not to ejaculate, it's still possible he will.

      What's the safest way to go about this? Having sex in only one position sounds safest, from what I've read.

      Any advice would be appreciated!

      If this topic is deemed inappropriate, feel free to delete it immediately. Thanks for your time!

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      Please tell me you're a troll. Please.
      If you're not a troll then just get a condom, youtube how to put it on, then get busy.
      You will ejaculate because that's when you reach an orgasm and that's pretty much why you're having sex in the first place. Make sure the condom stays on and you'll be fine.
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      I'm just asking a question. I'm not trying to cause any problems. I used to be a member of this site a couple years ago but have forgotten my username/password since.

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      Well anyway I edited my post with some info you might need. You really should've learned all this in sex-ed.
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      Unfortunately we never learned that in sex-ed, just about STDs really. Thanks for your help.

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      No problem. Your school should've really prepared you for this. No one should have to google the steps for sex
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      Yah, Matt. A lot just teach about the dangers and are geared toward abstinance and STDs rather than how to do it safely or at all. Yes, it's shown on TV like Family Guy or King of the Hill, but in reality, they don't teach that. The point is to get kids to not do it until they're married. If you told them how to do it, then we'd have 11yo kids having kids, lol

      As for the OP, yes, latex I've heard as well

      Do NOT cheap out! You get what you pay for. Trojan and Duralax are the 2 best brands out there. A little expensive, yes. But $15 for a pack is worth not having hundreds to spend on a new child

      As for putting it on, there's one way. I'd suggest buying a small pack and using one to learn how to put them on. I'm sure you can also find vids

      Once properly protected, I would think position doesn't matter. And if you really don't know what to do, I'm sure watching some porn can give you some ideas what to do, lol

      And even when wrapped up, I'd suggest not finishing inside. If it breaks, you're now screwed (literally and figuratively, LOL!) I would pull out to finish, even when wrapped

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      They really don't teach that sort of stuff in most schools. Though the information is easily available in other ways.

      Condoms are really easy to put on. Basically you hold the tip, and then just roll it down your penis. It should be clear which way it goes when you try to roll it down. There is supposed to be a little extra on the end, which collects the semen.

      Every time you cum, you are suppose to switch to a new condom.

      Personally, I wouldn't have sex with a woman unless she was using some type of birth control, and I would use birth control as well. Some thing like using condoms and the birth control pill. If you use two, you are extremely less likely to get her pregnant. At your age, having a baby will change your entire life, so I think its worth taking that extra step. Plus if you are using two forms, both of which are over 90 percent effective, you will feel a lot less stressed about it.
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      It's pretty straight forward. The condom should 'roll onto' your penis, so you should be able to tell which way it should go on. You can buy a box of like, 10 or 15, so you can practice with a few.

      Protip - make sure there is room at the tip in case you cum so the condom wont burst.

      another thing - when you're having sex, and the girl's vagina contracts, it can pull the condom off. this has happened to me. Also, there is an old story of some navy guy screwing this woman and the condom ended up inside of her. it'd really only be a problem if you aren't paying attention.

      Also, the girl will not enjoy the first time. You have to break her hymen (basically, stretch her out), and that's not very fun. So just take it easy. I recommend penetrating her slowly, and then just sort of focus on kissing her, and then after a while start the bangin' ;D

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      Everyone is different so you never know. Some girls might be virgins but their hymen might already be broken from other things, and some are not born with them and some have them but its not very noticeable. Though going slow is a good idea. It likely wont be that bad, if she is fully aroused. So I suggest a lot of foreplay your first time.

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