1. Take care of yourself first
This means taking responsibility for your own well-being during a sexual encounter. If something feels uncomfortable or hurts, say so. If something is happening that you don´t like, say so. If something is happening too fast or unsure whether you like it or not, say so.
Don´t assume that your partner will know. Your partner is not a mind-reader.
Neither partner has to be overly concerned about the other because you trust that your partner will tell you if there is a problem. Make a commitment at the beginning of the sexual relationship to speak up to yourself.
2. Respect boundaries
Without creating and maintaining a safe space, you cannot relax and stay curious. If your partner has told you that a particular activity or body part is off-limits, then simply don´t go there. "No" means no. Naturally, you are always free to renegotiate boundaries but have that conversation at another time.
3. Communicate openly and directly
Don´t hold back or use vague language when communicating something important about your likings and preferences.
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