Question: Is it normal to bleed during your first time having sex?
Answer: Yup. Of course, it’s also normal not to bleed.
Bleeding can happen if a girl still has her hymen. (That’s the thin tissue that stretches over the opening to the vagina). A lot of girls stretch their hymens long before ever having sex by riding a bike, doing gymnastics or using a tampon. But if you are a girl who didn’t, you might notice some blood when you first have sex.
Another reason girls may bleed during sex is one that bugs me: Overeager, inconsiderate partners.
If you have sex with a guy who is all "go go go," and who forces his penis inside you before your body is ready, then you might get an injury that causes bleeding. In my book that’s no good.
If you bleed a bit the first time you have sex, it’s no big deal. But sex should feel good for both people. And most of the time bleeding is a sign that it isn’t.