It does hurt somewhat (not anything near labor pain HURT)but then again that's only normal. Just make sure to go at a pace that's not uncomfortable and too excrutiating (sp?) And no not ALL women bleed after having sex for the first time and if a girl/woman does it's all in the norm.
It can hurt but more like a dull pain than a sharp unbearable pain. It's not so bad that you want to just say "stop" and forget about it. Also,it might not hurt you as bad if you have masturbated before or been fingered. The thing is, when you have sex for the first time you're vagina is tight and more tense than those who have sex more often.
You might bleed but not everyone does. You usually bleed when you break your hymen but you may have already broken it and not noticed before. Or, you may bleed the second or third time you have sex, it's just different with everyone.
For some women their first few times they have intercourse there can be some pain. For others there is no pain at all. It depends on whether their hymen is intact or not. Some women tear the hymen through physical activities long before they ever have sexual intercourse. Others don't.
Regardless, make sure that you are ready to have sex and that you have a partner that you can trust and who is kind and considerate and will take the time to make your first experience pleasurable. Also, make sure that you have contraceptive protection and that he uses a condom anytime you have sexual intercourse both to prevent pregnancy and reduce any chance of catching a STD.
It didn't hurt me at all. The pain to be concerned about is after. yeah, don't over do yourself your first time and do it like three times in one night...you'll wake up sooood rya nd raw...just be careful and enjoy.
It may hurt a little, but it won't be unbearable. Just take your time, go slowly, and try to relax and not tense up the muscles. Also make sure you are properly lubricated might help too. I did not bleed the first time, or ever actually. Some people do, some don't.
Just make sure that you are really ready, and make sure it's safe and protected!