How to tell if my bf is ready for sex.

So I am a 13 year old girl and my bf is 15 and one day he said he wanted me to b his first (if you know what I mean) and I said we r too young to think about that and he said ok but then I was thinking about it and I told him a couple days later that I wanted him to be my first too and he said when and I said idk.. in a while I guess (just to c what his reaction would be) and he said ok good I was a little freaked out. Does that mean he doesn't want it? I am so confused. Help plz?
Anonymous User
Anonymous User
Asked Aug 25, 2013
Hug and kiss him, when it feels like he's poking you, not with his fingers, get ready.
swagmaster9
Answered Aug 25, 2013
Edited Aug 25, 2013
Just make sure you use a condom.. every time. And get him to use a penis health creme as well. This creme will keep his penis extra clean and decrease the chances of a bacteria transfer during oral and other condom-less sex acts. I don't mean to freak you out.. but there is a lot of risk that comes along with sex. It is better to be protected... trust me. Good luck.
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Answered Jul 03, 2017
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Felishacool
Answered Jul 12, 2017
Just make sure you use a condom.. every time. And get him to use a penis health creme as well. This creme will keep his penis extra clean and decrease the chances of a bacteria transfer during oral and other condom-less sex acts. I don't mean to freak you out.. but there is a lot of risk that comes along with sex. It is better to b
ajju
Answered Jul 12, 2017

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