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It focuses on cisgender women people who identify as women and were ased female at birthbut it is recognised that not all women have female anatomy including a vulva, vagina and clitoris. Some people who were ased female at birth do not identify as women. Experiences of sexuality may differ for trans men and women, and gender non-binary people. Sexuality is about our sexual feelings and thoughts, who we are attracted to, and our sexual behaviours. We can find other people physically, sexually or emotionally attractive, and all those things are a part of our sexuality.
Exploring and expressing your sexuality over time might include things like sexual dreams, fantasising about someone or about a sexual act, kissing, touching, masturbating, being naked with someone, oral sex or having penetrative sexual intercourse. At different times in life you may feel very sexual and at other times sex might be the furthest thing from your mind. Sexual feelings may develop during puberty or adolescence.
Sex to a girl may mean feeling attracted to other people, whether male or female, having sexual fantasies or dreams, or exploring your body in a sexual way through masturbation. This is a normal part of development. While some people may choose to have sex for the first time in high school, others may wait well into their lives before becoming sexually active or may never do so.
The most important thing is that you can make the right decisions for you and that you always feel safe and respected. Sexual orientation is a way of describing who you are primarily sexually attracted to:. Who you are attracted to may change over time. Some women may start out feeling attracted to men, but may later feel attracted to women. Some women have the opposite experience. The important thing to remember is that it is fine to be attracted to different sexes over the course of your life, or not to feel sexual at all. Gender identity can also relate to sexuality. For example, if a person is born female, but identifies as a boy or man, he may describe himself as heterosexual if he is primarily attracted to women, or gay if he is primarily attracted to men.
It is never okay to discriminate against someone on the basis of their sexuality or gender identity. Everyone should be treated with respect and no one should pressure you into doing things you are uncomfortable with. While sexuality and sexual pleasure can involve your whole body as well as your mind, there are some parts of female anatomy that can be particularly important in providing sexual pleasure, such as the Sex to a girl.
Sometimes it can take lots of experimenting by yourself masturbation or with your partner to become comfortable and familiar with the different parts of your anatomy and what feels good for you. The Labia Library has a diagram that provides a basic breakdown of female genitals. Remember, just like any other part of the body, genitals can look very different from one another. For more information on the diversity of female genitals, check out the Labia Library. Find out more about the female reproductive system. Movies and pornography can show men being dominant or aggressive during sex, whereas women may be shown as submissive or passive.
Some movies and pornography seem to show women having multiple orgasms as soon as sex begins. This can lead to unrealistic expectations for women and their sexual partners and lead to situations where people feel they are acting out sexual scripts written by someone else without actually feeling much pleasure. No one has the right to make you feel disrespected, scared or uncomfortable during sex. It can be hard to talk about what really feels good with a sexual partner, but communication is key to having a mutually enjoyable sexual experience.
One of intense sexual pleasure or stimulation is an orgasm. An orgasm can feel like an explosion of sexual pleasure, that may last for a few seconds or a few minutes.
For those with female genitals, most often orgasms result from stimulation of the clitoris. Not all people orgasm during sex with another person. If you have experienced unwanted sexual contact and would like information or support, please contact RESPECT — a hour national sexual assault, domestic and family violence counselling support service. You can chat online or over the phone Tel. If you are having sex or doing sexual things with another person, they must have your Sex to a girl, and you must have theirs. Consent is about communication and it should happen every time you engage in sexual activity with another person.
Giving consent for one activity, one time, does not mean giving consent for another activity or recurring sexual contact. You can withdraw consent at any point if you feel uncomfortable and the best way to ensure both parties are comfortable with any sexual activity is to talk about it.
Open ended questions can support positive discussion around sexual pleasure and consent. You can also ask your partner to ask you those questions or check in with you in other ways during sex to make sure that everyone feels safe and is having a good time. If any type of sexual activity, including sexual touching, kissingfondling, oral sexor intercourse, is forced on a person without their consent, it is sexual assault and it is a crime.
Another important part of sexual communication is talking about ways to practise safe sex. Contraception is important because it can protect women from unplanned pregnancy and from sexually transmissible infections. For information about contraceptive options for you and your partner, whether you are lesbian, heterosexual or trans, please visit My Options Tel.
The Better Health Channel also has information about lesbian sexualitybisexualitymen and sexualitytrans and gender diverse people and gay male sexuality. This has been produced in consultation with and approved by:. In Victoria, you can have two types of abortion: surgical and medication. Both types are safe and reliable. You can have a medication abortion up to nine weeks of pregnancy. You can have a surgical abortion from around six weeks of pregnancy onwards.
Mifepristone, also called RU or the 'abortion pill', is used to terminate end a pregnancy up to nine weeks. Abortion is one of the most common and safest types of surgery in Australia. Alcohol is responsible for most drug-related deaths in the teenage population. There are many people you can talk to who can help you overcome feelings of wanting to lash out. Content on this website is provided for information purposes only. Information about a therapy, service, product or treatment does not in any way endorse or support such therapy, service, product or treatment and is not intended to replace advice from your doctor or other registered health professional.
The information and materials contained on this website are not intended to constitute a comprehensive guide concerning all aspects of the therapy, product or treatment described on the website. All users are urged to always seek advice from a registered health care professional for diagnosis and answers to their medical questions and to ascertain whether the particular therapy, service, product or treatment described on the website is suitable in their circumstances.
The State of Victoria and the Department of Health shall not bear any liability for reliance by any user on the materials contained on this website. Sexual health. Home Sexual health. Women, sex and sexuality. Actions for this Listen Print. Summary Read the full fact sheet. On this. What is sexuality? Sexual development Sexual feelings may develop during puberty or adolescence. Sexual orientation and gender identity Sexual orientation is a way of describing who you are primarily sexually attracted to: A woman who is primarily attracted to other women may describe herself as a lesbian.
Men who are mostly attracted to other men describe themselves as gay. Bisexuality is Sex to a girl attracted to more than one sex or gender. Women who are primarily attracted to men are heterosexual. Women and sexual pleasure A lot of things can impact how much pleasure you get from a sexual experience, including: How relaxed and happy you feel. How you feel about your body at the time. Respectful communication with your sexual partner. The culture or environment around you, and around your partner, can shape your attitudes and expectations in relation to sex, sexuality and sexual pleasure.
This can be good or bad or both. Impact of movies and pornography on sexual pleasure Movies and pornography can show men being dominant or aggressive during sex, whereas women may be shown as submissive or passive. Sex and consent If you are having sex or doing sexual things with another person, they must have your consent, and you must have Sex to a girl.
How to talk about consent Consent is about communication and it should happen every time you engage in sexual activity with another person. Consent is NOT the following Consent is not assuming that dressing sexily, flirting, accepting a ride or accepting a drink is in any way consenting to anything more.
Consent is not saying 'yes' or saying nothing while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Consent is not saying 'yes' or giving in to something because you feel too pressured or too afraid to say 'no'. Practising safe sex Another important part of sexual communication is talking about ways to practise safe sex.
There are many contraceptive methods available in Australia. Forms of contraception may include: condoms for women and men and diaphragms the oral contraceptive pillmini pill and vaginal ring long-acting reversible contraception — such as an intrauterine device IUDimplant and injections. The Labia Library — information and photo gallery promoting positive female genital body image. Family Planning Victoria — statewide sexual and reproductive health service, including lots of great info on sexuality, gender identity and respectful relationships. Where to get help My Options Tel.
It is a women-centred service, and inclusive of trans and non-binary people, which provides information to meet individual sexual and reproductive health needs Family Planning Victoria Tel.Sex to a girl
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