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How to have a good sex life

By the end of the summer, there will be no more women in the office.

Men will have replaced the office as the most common setting in which women live.

But if you want to have sex, there’s still a few things to keep in mind.

Here are some things you need to know about having sex in 2018: 1.

You may need to wear a condom on the first date If you’re on a first date, you should wear a latex condom, says Dr Rebecca Marder, an OB/GYN at University College London.

The reason?

If you get too close to the other person, a small amount of blood may leak.

The condom can be used for that purpose, but there is no guarantee.

If you decide not to wear one, you can always go back to wearing one.

If not, you’ll need to reapply.

The other thing is to get comfortable.

Dr Marders advice is to have some time to warm up to your partner.

You might have to talk about your sex life, but if you’re comfortable talking about your sexual health, there shouldn’t be any reason to be shy.

She also says to make sure your partner has an erection when they have sex.

If he doesn’t, he’s more likely to have an erection, too.

2.

Don’t be afraid to ask questions You’re never going to get a good answer if you ask too many questions.

That’s not to say that you can’t ask questions about your feelings and experiences.

You should, but that’s not a requirement.

If your partner says something is off, for example, or if they don’t have sex for a while, you might want to talk to a counsellor about it.

If they feel uncomfortable, that’s also an option.

3.

You’re more likely than not to get pregnant from having sex If you have sex at your first date but have a sore or sore vagina, you’re more than likely to get it on a second date, says Helen McBride, a sexual health counselling coach.

It’s not unusual for a woman to get two to three months pregnant after sex.

But the chances of getting pregnant are much higher if the first time is during your period, which can be four weeks apart.

Dr McBride says to be careful about your partner if you get pregnant during your first time.

She says you should also have a period if you haven’t had sex for at least three months.

4.

Don, um, talk It’s perfectly normal to want to tell your partner that you’re having a little trouble with your partner, and to want them to talk it through.

However, you need both parties to feel comfortable and comfortable being open with each other, says Jenny Taylor, a counselling counseller at the University of Bath.

That means you should try to find the right words and make sure they feel comfortable.

“If your partner is really open about their pain, you may be able to open up about their feelings, and they may be willing to talk with you about that,” says Taylor.

You don’t need to be in an emotional or sexual relationship to talk.

She suggests you do it to be safe.

“When you’re talking to your partners about their relationship, don’t make any assumptions.

It can feel like you’re being overly dramatic or controlling, but it’s important to be very respectful and to be honest,” she says.

“And when you’re honest, don�t be afraid.

Talking about your emotions can be a wonderful way to feel better about yourself.”

5.

You can get pregnant if you have an STD If you are having an STD, you don’t want to be pregnant, says Amy Fergusson, a sexuality counsellors at the National Centre for Women and Sex Education (NCWSE) in Canberra.

However if you do have an STI, you are more likely, says Ferguseson, to be infected.

“You are more at risk of getting an infection if you are a carrier or if you take medications to suppress the virus, which is why we advise women to use condoms before having sex,” she explains.

Fergusons advice is that you talk about it with your partners and talk about the symptoms you’re experiencing, so you can get the help you need.

“Be open, honest, and don’t put it off,” she advises.

She cautions that the condom is a great idea to wear during your intercourse, but doesn’t recommend it if you can only have sex with your mate.

6.

There is more to having sex than just kissing and touching It may be that your partner and you have more in common than you think, says McBride.

She’s a big fan of condoms, because they prevent HIV.

If it’s been a while since you’ve had sex, you’ve probably got an infection.

So if you feel you might be at risk for getting HIV, you could try to get tested for it