So trim or shave them or leave them as is (because body hair is natural) — however you prefer.And if you do decide you want to remove some of the hair, get tips about shaving down there here.

There is no right or wrong here — it's all about how you feel comfortable.

And if you're worried about what your partner is going to think, know this: Being comfortable with your body is going to feel so much better than what your pubes look like.

And if you do at any point want to have sex, just be sure that you're doing it because you really want to, not because you feel like you should.

There's no magic amount of time to be in a relationship where all of the sudden you need to have sex with a partner. A: Sometimes in relationships one person is ready to have sex but the other isn't.

Because if you're not really ready to be having sex, or you're doing it in the wrong relationship or with the wrong person, you'll be worrying about it way too much to enjoy it. How do you know when you're really ready to have sex? Because having sex can be so emotionally powerful, it's easy to get hurt. Other important things — like trust, mutual respect, and caring — need to be in place too.

But if you feel totally comfortable and cared about, and sex is something that you truly feel ready for, then yes! Finally, for all its magic, sex can have a downside, such as an unplanned pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases (STD).

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