English: There are several things that can cause pain during sex. The most common reasons are lack of arousal, lubrication and/or not wanting to continue. You can always end sex and say no whenever you want to. Pain usually indicates that something’s wrong, but if you want to continue even though you’re experiencing pain; talk to your partner(s) about the situation and tell them what doesn’t feel good and then try again. If everything feels right but something still hurts, you can try adding some lubrication (we provide it for free or you can buy it at pharmacies). If the pain doesn’t subside, it can be a good idea to get it checked out at a health care clinic. Vestibulitis and yeast infections, for example, can cause pain during sex and need to be attended to by a doctor.
If you’re experiencing pain during sex and want to stop the act (or if it doesn’t hurt but you change your mind), you always have the right to do so! You also always have the right to say no. Just because you say yes in the beginning, doesn’t mean you can’t change your mind. Stay attentive to your partner(s)’s signals and respect them.