Dolly Doctor

Things you're 3000% going to want to know before having sex

Let's talk about sex, baby!

By Grace Back

While you might know the basic rundown of what ~sex~ is, the truth is that sex is daunting as hell, especially because all our fave TV shows and movies show us this fantasized version of what it’s actually like. Fact is, there are so many things that go on under the sheetz IRL that are totes normal.

Lucky, DOLLY’s here to help guide the way.

It’s not going to be all fireworks and rainbows.

While your expectations of that special moment may be similar to that epic PLL tent scene where #Haleb do their thang (and she had a totally enjoyable, amazing, perfectly un-awkward time) it’s more likely going to be a bit uncomfortable.

Missionary isn’t always the way to go.

We don’t know if missionary has become the ~standard~ because of the endless amounts of movies and TV shows that portray it like that, but that’s not always the case. If it’s feeling awkward/uncomfortable/wrong don’t be afraid to switch it up.

You may or may not bleed and it may or may not hurt.

We know that everything leading up to that first time is nothing but horror stories of gushing blood and excruciating pain. Here’s the ~T~ ladies…every single one of us is different. So there is no way to predict what your first time is going to be like – so our advice, relax and do what you feel comfortable with.

Prepare to be underwhelmed.

Sex is complicated. So don’t be devo if after your first time you’re just kinda like ‘meh’ about the whole situation, good things are coming!

You’ll probably queef.

Queefs are so beyond normal, but can legit be sooooo embarrassing – IF you let it be. Queefs happen when air gets trapped in the vagina during penetration and comes out sounding like a... well, fart. Best to laugh this one off and move along. Just remember, it’s normal and 3000% uncontrollable.

You’ll probably wanna do some foreplay.

Unlike the fantasized world of intercourse where our fave on-screen couples usually skip the foreplay and go straight for P > V action, engaging in foreplay will ease you both emotionally and physically and ~prepare~ you for what's to come.

On that note, don’t be afraid to use some... assistance

Yes, we're talking about lubrication. During your first time there can be so many different emotions/feelings going on in your head that your body might not respond the way you need it to. So, applying a lubricant will help ease the situation, and make the whole experience more enjoyable.

PEE! Yes, pee, pee, pee, and pee.

If there is one thing you should make a habit out of after doing the ‘deed’, it’s peeing. Seriously. Get up, go pee, pee until your bladder is squeezed dry. UTI’s are super common and are mainly caused by sex, so do your v-jay a favour and make a habit early of peeing after sex.

Just because you’ve had sex with someone, does not mean you have to marry them.

The theme of this should be pretty clear by now! Do you, boo!

Most importantly ladies…You can stop ~WHENEVER~ you want.

You can call it quits WHENEVER!!