What exactly is sex? What kind of sex would I like to have? What kind of sex does my partner enjoy? Do I like rough sex, or have I just been told that’s something I should like? Do I pretend to enjoy certain things just to seem experienced? Is it really that nice to just ‘do my thing’ without checking whether the other’s into it? Sex can be exciting and pleasurable and feel good. But it can also be unpleasant and uncomfortable. Sex should always feel good – before, during and after. You can chat with us anonymously about sex, we’ll always listen and have your back.
Different people define ‘sex’ in different ways. But usually, it refers to sexual acts you do either alone or with others. Many of us think about sex and have fantasies or feelings about a person or certain sex acts. There are many ways to have sex: you can masturbate (have sex with yourself), caress someone, touch them, exchange sexy chat messages, etc. And just like there are different ways to have sex, people like different types of sex and different kinds of sexual partners. You have the right to explore your own sexuality and lust. If you’re having sex with yourself, you can do whatever you want. If you and someone else have agreed to have sex with each other, you’ll have to decide together what you both like and enjoy.