Naturally, you think about finding an outlet for your sexual feelings. Becoming a healthy sexual person is part of the coming out process. You may be scared at the prospect of having sex. This is normal for everyone. No one should start having sex until they are ready. Until then, you may choose to masturbate or fantasize.

Sex should only happen between mature individuals who care about each other. You will know when the time is right.

We all choose to have sex in different ways, whether we are gay or straight. Gay men choose from a wide range of sexual practices, including masturbation (either alone or with another person), oral sex, anal intercourse, kissing, hugging, massage, wrestling, holding hands, cuddling or anything else that appeals to both partners. You are in complete control over what you do sexually and with whom.

Deciding whether or not to be sexual with someone is a big decision. You may feel very scared at the thought of having sex with another women. That’s OK. Lots of us do, especially if it’s our first time.

People aren’t encouraged in our society to talk openly about sex, but it’s important that we communicate about what we like and don’t like to do sexually, whether we feel ready to have sex or not, and different expectations we may have about the relationship. And it’s important to talk about whether we’re at risk for HIV, the virus that is thought to cause AIDS, or other sexually transmitted diseases, like herpes. The Terrance Higgins Trust has set up two services for Gay Youth. More Information Here

There are many ways that lesbians can be sexual with each other. We can give each other pleasure by holding, kissing, hugging, stroking, stimulating each other’s genitals with our tongues and hands, inserting our fingers into each other’s vaginas, rubbing our bodies together to stimulate each other, and anything else we want to do. We can use our imaginations