That IS the answer to the question. But let’s talk about it a bit more. The vagina is an opening from the uterus to the outside of the body – through the vagina comes your monthly period and the normal discharge that your vagina makes. It is designed to stay just the way it is whether or not you have sex.
Your question makes me wonder, though, if your boyfriend may be trying to pressure you into having sex when you don’t want to or more sex than you want to or basically sex that you don’t want. Let me say a few REAL TALK things about the difference between sex and rape.
Sex is when 2 people both say "YES!!!" to sex. That doesn’t mean someone just didn’t say "no". So just because someone doesn’t say no, silence does not equal yes. So if you have sex with someone who doesn’t want to or doesn’t agree to, that is rape or sexual assault. Doesn’t matter what kind of sex. Oral sex, vaginal sex, finger sex, sex-toy sex, anal sex. You get the idea. Also, if you have had sex before with your boyfriend, that doesn’t mean automatically you have to want to have sex whenever he does. It is normal for people to want sex at different times or even different amounts. Also, if you had sex with your boyfriend and decided you don’t want to have it anymore, that is YOUR CHOICE!
Last word – if you do decide to have sex, please, please, PLEASE use protection! That means good birth control (MORE HERE) plus a condom to help prevent sexual infections (MORE HERE).
Still not clear on how to think about consent? Watch this awesome video.