You are far to young to be sexually involved. There are alot of psychological trauma attached to it if he just has sex with you & then drops you like a hot potato. You will also be granted a reputation of being an easy lay. And then every boy will attempt to get you in the bed & then drop you.
Please have enough self respect for your self to keep them curious until you find the man of your dreams that was willing to respect your body as much as you did & was willing to wait until your wedding night before having sex with you.
And yes there is a chance to bleed with the 1st few times depending. Now the longer you wait to have sex the less chance you will have of bleeding the 1st time. As the more mature you & your body will be & the more understanding you mate will be to take things slow & easy. Neither of you will rush & rupture or tear your vaginal area that is what causes the bleeding.
Age plays a big role. Your body will go through lots of changes (and still growing in that area too) from now until you are in mid 20's. You can see the advantage of holding off until a bit later than legal age.
And also when that time comes if you are not ready (meaning just doing it to do it at any age) your body will not accept sex the same and it will increase the chances for bleeding.
I definitely agree with Debra. Wait as long as you can and honestly, most men find it attractive that you will wait longer. But it is possible for you to bleed after the first time you have sex. It varies from woman to woman. I didn't bleed until the third time I had sex. Everyone's body is different.
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