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While you may want to lovwer your expectations on how the experience will physically feel, you should have high expectations in terms of a caring partner and consent.
Make sure you're absolutely sure that you're emotionally ready!
Canada has a diversity that is unrivaled by other countries.You should never feel pressured by your partner, friends or society into having sex.Everyone is anxious prior to having sex for the first time, so the last thing you need is for the process to be disrupted by outside noises.After all, everyone is different and sex is a learning process!So, how can you reduce the amount of pain you feel? Be wary that popular culture often depicts intercourse as sensual and hot when, in reality, your first time is more likely to be sweaty and uncomfortable.