Abuse is when one person hurts another person, either physically or emotionally. Abuse happens over time, usually in a…Read FAQ »
Absolutely. You need to do what is right for you, no matter what you’ve done in the past.
When it comes to sex, part of the decision-making process is evaluating the decision after it happens. Some people realize that, for whatever reason, they weren’t ready for a sexual relationship. You are entitled to decide whether you want to have sex, even if you’ve had sex with your partner, or another one, before. You can change your mind, and your partner must respect your choice.
The bottom line is it doesn’t matter if you’ve never had sex, done it 10 times or 100 times; you still get to decide each and every time whether sex is what you really want.
How can you tell if someone might become abusive in a relationship? What are some of the effects of abuse?
The answer to this question isn’t clear-cut. It’s really hard to tell up front whether someone might become abusive.…Read FAQ »
My partner is pressuring me to take drugs or get drunk before we have sex. What should I do? What should I say?
Alcohol and drugs do NOT make sex better. Alcohol and other drugs affect the way we’re feeling, but they don’t make…Read FAQ »