That shouldn't be the case, so if you've been experiencing discomfort, here are a few ways to make sex feel more comfortable for you:
1. Foreplay for Longer
It's easy for men to get ready for sex. For women, it takes a little more time. That's why you need to engage in foreplay. Make out for a little while or ask him to go down on you. Do whatever you need to do to get ready for sex. If you're not ready down below the belt, then it's going to feel unpleasant.
2. Find a Partner You're Comfortable with
If you're not with the right person, then you're never going to have fun in bed. Maybe the positions and the amount of foreplay aren't the problem. Maybe your partner is the problem. If that's the case, you should leave him and search for someone who makes you feel more comfortable and confident in your body.
3. Use Lube
Lubrication makes everything wet and slippery--and that's a good thing! If you're too dry down below the belt, then you're going to experience pain. That's why you should buy lube to help you out. There are even condoms that come with some lube on them. Think about purchasing them, so you can stay safe and have fun at the same time!
4. Find a Comfortable Location
You don't want to have sex in the backseat of a car or in the basement while your parents are walking around upstairs. You'll feel more comfortable if you're in a cozy bedroom with a closed door, so you don't have to worry about anyone barging in. Location matters.
5. Try Different Positions
Certain positions are going to feel better than others. If you're not happy in one spot, then move your body around to find a new angle. Remember that there are millions of different ways you can align yourselves. You should be able to find a position that makes the both of you happy.
6. Only Say "yes" when You Actually Want It
You won't always be in the mood for sex. If you don't want it, it's okay to say "no." Your boyfriend shouldn't get angry over it. If he does, then you deserve someone new. After all, you'll enjoy sex a whole lot more if you only do it when you're in the mood, instead of just going with the flow whenever your boyfriend tries to initiate it.
7. Communicate with Your Partner
Talk to your boyfriend. Tell him when you're in pain, so that he can stop what he's doing. You should also tell him when you're experiencing pleasure, so that he'll know what moves you prefer.
If you two keep the lines of communication open, then you should see a huge improvement in your sex life.
Sex should be fun for the both of you.