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Sex means different things to different people. Above all, it is a healthy and natural activity. It is something most people enjoy and find meaningful even if they create meaning in different ways.Whether you are straight, lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer or questioning, you have the right to decide what sex means to you.Are you unsure about your sexual interests? Are you curious about what you might enjoy? Are you wondering if you are ready for sex? These kinds of questions are perfectly normal!Sex is not just vaginal* intercourse. Sex is pretty much anything that feels sexual. How YOU choose to define sex might be a moving target during your teen years. Your sexual interests may change over time, and that’s okay too.Thinking about sexHaving sex is something both young men and women get interested in as they become more mature and start thinking about having relationships.Thinking about having sex is completely normal. There is no need to rush into having sex if you don’t feel comfortable as you will have plenty of time to do it in the future when you do feel ready.Getting it rightThere is no right or wrong way to have sex.Sex is about you and your partner enjoying yourselves and if youre doing something legal and consensual then its no one else’s business but your own.What matters is that it feels right for you and your partner. Above all sex should be fun, safe and with someone you feel comfortable with.Different ways of having sex1.a woman caressing a man.2.a man and a woman cuddling.3.a man and a woman kissing.4.a man licking a woman’s breast.5.Vaginal sex.6.Anal sex.7.Hugging.8.Oral sex9.Exposing your body to another person10.Taking sexual pictures of another person11.Showing somebody pornographic imagesNote : If you have a partner and you have sex with each other or are thinking about having sex with each other, why not ask them what sex means to them? That way, you have a better idea of what they enjoy and of what their boundaries are.