If you've made it to your twenties, thirties or forties without having sex, you're not alone. Read on to learn about intimacy at any age.
Either way, once you decide to have sex, you might feel especially nervous. Chances are the person you chose to lose your virginity to will have already experienced sex. You can prepare yourself for sex by keeping communication open with your partner, or through special sex toys and videos. Sex for the first time, even as an adult, doesn't have to be scary.
If you're a male and you're frightened by the prospect of having sex for the first time, you can try a sex surrogate video. Sex surrogates guide you through the sexual experience from start to finish, explicitly showing you exactly how to have sex with a woman. In the meantime, use a male masturbator to tide yourself over.
To learn more about sex in general, try a book or DVD. The Complete Manual of Sexual Positions is one of our favorites.
When you're ready to have sex, don't forget to pick up condoms to protect yourself from pregnancy and STDs. While sex can be intimate and pleasurable, it can also have very real consequences. Condoms will keep you safe so you can explore yourself and your partner.
If you're not ready to have sex, there are other ways to be intimate. Try relaxing massages with your partner. Massage brings you closer together, and can lead to more sexy exploration.