Sounds like you are too young for sex right now or simply have the wrong partner...tbh sex is a big deal and should be with someone who is gentle, patient and willing to make sure you are totally aroused before having intercourse. The more aroused and wet you are, the less pain there will be. Is this a phase, yes it likely is, when first having sex it's a hit and miss type of thing until you get used to what you like and are able to express those wants to your partner. Have you tried masturbating to figure what turns you on?View Thread
Should clarify: pre-cum does not inherently have sperm in it. If however, he had sperm left over in his tubes that carry the sperm and gets aroused again, then there may be sperm in the pre-cum. This may happen where he either masturbated or had sex, did not pee to flush out the sperm and then was aroused again. Does that make sense?View Thread
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