If you are in a serious relationship with your boyfriend, there may come a time when you are ready to take things to the next level. Unless your boyfriend is a skilled mind reader, however, he won’t know that you want to have sex.
Telling him can seem awkward, but it does not have to be. This channel will offer you lots of tips and advice on how to tell your boyfriend that you want to have sex.
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1. TELLING YOUR BOYFRIEND IN PERSON.
– Prepare an ideal setting
– Wait until you’re alone together
– Tell him you’re ready to start having sex with him.
– Respect his answer if he says no.
2. TAKING AN ALTERNATIVE APPROACH.
– Text or call him that you want to start having sex. If you are too nervous to tell you boyfriend in person or you simply want to be able to plan ahead for your first time together, texting or calling him is a good option.
– Show him instead of telling him. The next time that you alone together, use the opportunity to show him that you are ready to have sex.
Make sure that you know that he is ready for sex before you do try to seduce him. If he says he is not ready yet, don’t take it personally. Just give him some more time and try again when he tells you he’s ready.
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– Write him a note.
– Wait for a special occasion. An upcoming special occasion, like a birthday or holiday, might be a good time to tell him that you want to start having sex. Waiting until a specified date will give you time to prepare yourself and it will also make the occasion more memorable.
3. PREPARING TO TALK TO YOUR BOYFRIEND.
– Make sure you are ready to have sex. Before you even think about what to say to your boyfriend, make sure that you feel ready for sex in general. If you are considering becoming sexually active and have never had sex before, think about why you want to become sexually active.
Consider your emotional readiness, knowledge of birth control and safe sex, your relationship with your boyfriend, and your personal beliefs and values.
– Think about what you want. Whether you have been with other guys or not, your first time with someone should be special.
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Think about how you’d like the first time to be and make sure that you really want to take this step with him.
– Protect yourself. Prepare for your first sexual encounter with your boyfriend. You should also have a conversation with your boyfriend about contraceptive options, so that you are both taking responsibility for your sexual health.
Keep in mind that birth control will only provide protection against pregnancy, but condoms can protect you from STDs and pregnancy. Also, remember that neither method is 100% effective.
– Don’t set unrealistic expectations. You should have sex with someone only if you want to and are ready to. Don’t have sex with your boyfriend if you are hoping that by becoming sexual partners your boyfriend will want to propose, ask you to move in with him, or start treating you differently.
Sex will not fix a relationship, but it may affect it negatively if one or both partners are not ready to become sexually active.
– Talk about your hope for the relationship.