The first time you're with someone new, try to keep the pace slow. Touch each other and pay attention to your partner's reactions. Maybe a moan or shift in breathing will cue you in that they like what you've done... keep doing that or remember it for later and do it again. Being with someone new is stressful enough because you're worried about what he'll think of your body and if he'll like what you're doing, and if you don't accept the natural mishaps that are bound to happen, they'll silently taint the experience. To rescue the mood, you need to acknowledge these slips subtly in a way that suits the kind of sex you're having. If you're both being playful, maintain that attitude — meaning, if he can't seem to get your bra unhooked, don't sit there as he gets frustrated. Give him a smile and say "Let me try. I know the trick with this." Or if the mood is more intense, find a way to keep that vibe intact. If you accidentally knock heads, turn your attention to that area by passionately kissing his forehead and face. If you're taking it slow you'll be fine... and together you will discover practice makes "better" together.
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