sexual intercourse

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sexual intercourse

the act carried out for procreation or for pleasure in which the insertion of the male's erect penis into the female's vagina is followed by rhythmic thrusting usually culminating in orgasm; copulation; coitus
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If they had to think of a reason they would stop having sex, 47% said it would be because of health concerns, while 17% said it would be the lack of opportunity.
Parker was arrested in March 2016 for having sex with at least two students, according to (http://www.
On the day of the liaison I ended up having sex with both of them and it was a wonderful.
The 20-year-old complainant said the American uploaded videos of her having sex with him on the Internet without her consent, Baldovino said.
After entering the hotel room in May 2011, Evans said he began watching Mr McDonald and the woman having sex.
In fact, most middle-aged women do not stop having sex as they age even if they are diagnosed with sexual dysfunction, especially if sex is important to them, research has found.
It is not logical that the couple would be having sex in a taxi on a highway and keep having sex without paying attention to the policeman.
A number of quantitative studies have investigated the physiological and psychosocial reasons for having sex among heterosexual men and women (Hill & Preston, 1996; Meston & Buss, 2007; Meston, Hamilton & Harte, 2009).
caught the defendants having sex in the housemaid's room.
Another man accused of having sex with her at the same time is still at large.
The youngster told how he was left traumatised and needing counselling after walking in on them having sex.
The youngster said he was left traumatised and needing counselling after walking in on them having sex.

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