Hey all! I'm currently writing a book where the ending is somewhat problematic and I'd like some guidance on it. My book is the story of a seventeen-year-old girl who at the beginning of the story is dumped by her boyfriend for not wanting sex and then she is almost raped on the way home. As such she is very anti sex. She then meets her guardian angel who is absolutely obsessed with sex and spends the book teaching her how wonderful sex can be, breaking down the taboos and promoting safe and responsible sexual freedom. The story will eventually end with her losing her virginity freely and happily, with her meeting in the middle with her views about sex. However, the issue comes with this ending. My book very much tries to get the message out about how what society thinks and what the media portray about sex is often completely wrong. I want to fight against this idea that the first time is always happy and amazing - in reality its often clumsy and for girls it often hurts. I feel I would be going against my prinicples and the principles of the book if I made the scene at the end where she has sex all wonderful and amazing, but I feel that I would also be affecting the message if I end the story on painful sex. I want the readers to go away feeling happy that my protagonist managed to get over her hangups about sex and do what she feels is right, regardless of what other people think. How would you go about writing this ending?