How Do I Make The First Time I Have Sex Special?
I’m going to have sex with my boyfriend for the first time next weekend and want to make him feel welcome and for it to be special but not for it to be really obvious that I’m ready to ‘put out’. I don’t want to look like I’m trying too hard.
Why not? Knowing your partner's made an effort to make sure the night goes well is surely a compliment? It shows you care and if you don't want him to know that you do, for fear of it backfiring, quite frankly I'd be keeping my knickers on.
'Safe sex' doesn't just mean pulling on a condom, it means protecting your heart as well. Having said that, greeting him at the front door in an Agent Provocateur get-up, whip in one hand and whipped cream in the other isn't quite the look you want either.
Why not just cover the basics? Have clean sheets on the bed, think about the lighting (light from below for most flattering results, dim but bright enough for both of you to see each other), some supersex love lube and condoms secretly stashed within arm's length of the bed and orange juice, bacon and eggs in the fridge ready for the Morning After The Night Before Breakfast.
This will make the evening go smoothly but none of it's done so obviously for his benefit that you'll feel 'desperate' or like you're trying too hard.
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