Be open about your expectations and what sex will mean for you in the relationship.
Although this isn’t the sexiest conversation, it’s definitely an important one to have.
However, be sure to remember that even if you do have the conversation, there’s always a chance your partner isn’t being truthful or has something without knowing it.
Make sure you trust your partner and that you both have been tested recently.
What you don't want to do is voice a qualm to your guy while he's “in the afterglow,” so to speak, which is supposed to be a time of positive vibes.
As a man myself, I'm here to let you in on the telltale actions men tend to do when we like a gal.
Not all collegiettes are necessarily doing it, but for those who are, you have to be responsible for your own sexual health. Some conversations with a new partner can be awkward to bring up, but if you’re going to be intimate with someone, you need to be able to talk openly.
On the same note, unless you’re down to have this guy’s baby or want to risk getting an STD or STI, you need to discuss what form of contraception you will be using.
“While it may seem obvious, it has to be one of the key topics to discuss,” Wanis says.