Your relationships are an important part of who you are! Healthy relationships and friendships always include mutual respect. Healthy relationships can take time to build and always benefit from talking honestly with each other about your feelings.
You have the right to make decisions about what you do with your body and those decisions need to be respected. No one has the right to pressure or force you into any kind of sexual activity including touching, oral sex, intercourse or anal sex. You decide what’s right for you – not someone else. If someone respects you, they will respect your decisions about what you are comfortable doing or not doing with them as a sexual partner.
Before having sex with someone new, talk with him or her. In a healthy relationship you will feel safe, respected, and be able to enjoy your partners company, whether you decide to have sex or not.