The right time to have sex is when you’ve chosen your contraception and you feel it’s something that you both want. You’ve talked through what you might be worried about and you know how you are both going to handle it afterwards.
Worried that the doctor or health professional will tell your parents or someone you know that you’re having sex? Well don’t be. They have a duty of confidentiality which means they aren't allowed to tell anyone else anything you have told them without your agreement.
Your sexual orientation may be different to your friends or family, but that doesn’t mean you are a bad person just because you are sexually or romantically attracted to someone who may be the same sex as you, or both sexes – or no sexes at all. It’s up to you who you fancy.