Our section on condoms will teach you both how to use them. Treat it light-heartedly, don't make a big deal and let him know it's normal and you understand, and you're set for open, honest, communicative sex. It may be difficult to work out where everything goes, it may hurt a little or even end before you know it! Listen, he's watched the odd episode of SATC and if you're really lucky Girls and maybe even picked up the odd sex book or two. Check out our how to have sex pages for more tips on protection. Two things are on the cards if he's nervous of performing: How you react to either predicts how good sex will be for the two of you in the future. Want more tips on how to make it better in the bedroom great? If he really likes you, he or you will be in contact within a day or so to organise your next date. Be affectionate and shoot a few meaningful looks so he knows it meant something if indeed it did , but resist hanging onto his legs as he makes for the front door. The best thing to do is communicate. Even if your thighs do look like orange peel and do they really? Kiss, feel, lick and stimulate your partner as much as possible so you feel into it and ready for the next step. Along with using condoms to protect yourselves from sexually transmitted infections STIs and unwanted pregnancy, some water-based lube will help things move a bit more smoothly. Other things may feel amazing and you may want your partner to continue doing those things!