Or you may simply not know what to say • If you are in a new relationship, have recently started to come out as LGBT, or have not had a sexual relationship before then you may feel under confident about what you should expect sexually and how to mention pleasure • You may have been with someone for a while but not shared what you like (or dislike).

‘I reckon it will rain tomorrow.’ (noun/verb) synonym: Noun= garbage, trash,waste/ low quality,untrue. It can be used to describe garbage/trash: ‘Throw the empty coke can into the rubbish.’ ‘After the festival was over the field was covered with people’s rubbish.’ It can be used to describe something you think is not good: ‘I don’t like Green Day. I don’t believe it.’ It can be used as a verb meaning ‘to criticise’: ‘I don’t want to rubbish your plan, but I don’t think it will work.’ (adjective) synonym: cool, great, excellent. Wicked also has the formal (old-fashioned) meaning of 'bad' or 'evil'. Remember, it’s very casual and mostly used by young people: ‘Look at that jacket.

I’ve found lots of advice online that says you should say what you want, but I have no idea how to do that. Sex is often disappointing because it isn’t how I want it. • You may have been raised to view sexual words as rude or disgusting, or inappropriate to use.

People often feel braver or less embarrassed over text than they do in real life.

Although sexting sounds like harmless fun, the problem is that once you send someone an explicit message or a naked photo or video, you lose all control over it.

‘Explicit’ means photos, messages or videos that are sexual.

So this could mean: It can feel very private, as you’re only sending that picture or message to one other person.

Alternatively you can use a ‘traffic light’ system where you use stickers or colours of red (stop), amber (so-so) and green (let’s go!

) This might show you what you like and could be something you show to a partner or complete together – perhaps seeing if you can guess what each other likes.

You know, the built-in 'intelligent assistant' on i Phones and tablets that uses voice commands to operate apps?

It has to put up with a lot of our nonsense on a daily basis: predictable questions about the meaning of life, repeating the weather report, accidentally being turned on when someone sits on their phone's home button.

If you wouldn’t want people like your parents to see it, don’t send it.