Not having sex when first dating
Unless you really like thongs and push-up bras (and if you do, that's totally OK), then stick to lingerie that you feel both sexy and comfortable in.
Personally, I like to pair a lightly-lined, underwire-free bra (or no bra at all) with some cheeky panties. But I find that this tip is particularly applicable to having sex with someone new.
If you're using condoms, lube will prevent your vagina from being rubbed raw.
So even if you don't think you'll need it, toss a small bottle of lube in your purse before you embark on your next sex adventure.
I mean, you're bare-ass naked, something hilariously awkward is bound to happen before the sex is over, and even if you're just trying to have a casual, one-time hookup, sex with someone new still requires a certain level of trust that's not always easy to give.
Fortunately, though, the past six months have taught me a few things about how to make sex with someone new awesome.
So as you can imagine, going from having sex with the same person for almost four years to having sex with someone new has been quite the learning experience for me. But I've also found that, as fun and exciting as having sex with a new partner can be, it can also be kind of stressful.
You probably don't need me to tell you this, but sleeping with someone new (especially when you're used to having sex with a long-term SO) can be super weird and a little bit scary.