Alicia Tucker waited until her wedding night to have sex — and now the blushing bride is passing on her knowledge to other virgins who want to consummate their marriages the night they say “I do.”
In one of her YouTube ‘wife chats’, the Canadian Christian, married to husband Joshua, said she hoped to fill an information gap for religious brides-to-be, expressing that she had no haven’t seen many women of faith talking about sex or what to expect on their first time.
First, she advised women to discuss sex and any concerns, such as pain, with their partners before the wedding night.
“That way you don’t have to feel like you’re carrying all your anxieties on yourself, and that’s also part of the whole intimacy process,” she said.
She also recommended taking a pre-coital shower to calm nerves and facilitate sexual contact.
Tucker also warned women to expect blood if they are virgins and recommended that they lay a towel on the bed to avoid any mess.
“If things are awkward, if it’s uncomfortable, if it doesn’t go very well, if it’s a little complicated, laugh about it,” she continued. “It’s a big part of the experience of intimacy.”
Next, the Christian content creator revealed a way to solve something she personally struggled with on her own wedding night: being present.
“It’s so hard when the adrenaline is so high and it’s a whole new experience that you’ve been waiting for your whole life and you’ve just celebrated your big wedding day,” she explained.
Because “emotions are so strong,” being “present” becomes all the more difficult — but not being present, she warned, will make you forget details you’d like to remember for the rest of your life .
“If you can just try to relax and really enjoy each moment rather than being too much in your head and not being present, you’ll be so happy about it afterwards,” she said.
Tucker also said there was work to be done after completing the act.
“This advice is something very, very practical, but unfortunately I don’t think many Christian girls know it, which leaves me perplexed,” she said. “It’s so important to pee after having sex.”
Tucker told her fans that she only discovered the trick a few weeks before walking down the aisle.
According to the Cleveland Clinic, “pee is the pressure washer of the urethra,” meaning that urinating immediately after getting down and dirty, so to speak, will wash the germs accumulated during sex off the urethra. urethra before they can cause a urinary tract infection.
In the comments below the video, other Christian women applauded Tucker’s candor and transparency, and even offered their own advice, like discussing contraception beforehand with your partner and assuring brides-to-be that their first time won’t be not necessarily the case. the best time.