being on and off with someone isn’t healthy for either of you. breaks are fine and can improve the relationship, but when you’re on and off, you either aren’t working out your issues or it just isn’t meant to be. i think you need to have a conversation with him about what’s going wrong and what the solution is because it can’t continue this way. you probably both have issues to work out, but you have to decide if maybe you just aren’t compatible any longer. but if things don’t change over the next few weeks, you’re better off moving on. it’s sad because i’m sure you still love each other, but you have to do what’s best for both of you and know when it’s time to let go.
please dump this guy, love. i know you like him, but anyone who makes fun of someone for the way their body is is garbage. you deserve someone who worships every inch of your body and makes you feel nothing less than beautiful.
depends on how long after potential exposure they were tested. also, there’s currently no test for HPV for males so you’ll have to assess your risk and decide from there.
it sounds like you just answered your own question, love. you crave that affection and attention from somebody. you don’t have to be sexually attracted to men to appreciate a hot picture!
it’s just not that sensitive, but that doesn’t mean you won’t ever have an orgasm. try more g-spot stimulation instead, like using a g-spot stimulating toy, or having sex in positions that hit it like doggy style, girl on top, or missionary.
no, it’s not rude at all to ask for privacy. explain your reasoning to him and it shouldn’t be a problem.
you’re probably just not ready for it, which could be for a number of reasons, all of which are valid and are not anyone else’s business. to most people, it’s not a big deal if someone is a virgin, but if they make it seem that way, that’s their problem, not yours. you may feel like you’re the only 20 year old that hasn’t had sex, but that’s not the case. it’s not the best show in the world but MTV is currently airing virgin territory about virgins in early adulthood. it can be a scary thing because you have to allow yourself to be vulnerable in that moment. but when you know you’re ready and the time/person is right, you’ll be just fine. don’t rush it or force it - let it happen when it happens.
no, i don’t think you’re too young. sex toys can be fun to add into the bedroom, whether you’re solo or with a partner. be mindful of the fact that you don’t want jelly products at all. they harbor bacteria that can cause infection and they’re porous so they’re impossible to clean. i would recommend glass or silicone. if you want something realistic, go for this. if you don’t want one that vibrates, here. here's an example of a glass dildo. this one would stimulate your g-spot. i hope this helps!!
yes, possibly, as well as being at risk of STI’s if your partner has had previous partners. always use protection.
it can hurt, but it does help a lot when you’re relaxed, aroused (your vagina lengthens when you get horny), and lubricated (keep a water-based lubricant on hand). it may hurt anyway, though, so just take it slowly and go as gradually as you need to.