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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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These sub-themes were: perceived obligation to have sex and relationship maintenance.
He teaches adolescent boys that they might think they're in love and want to have sex, but it's often more from testosterone than from real love.
Lauriel: Then, we came up with how to go about letting the school know we needed to have sex ed.
Yet, despite knowing how HW and other diseases are spread and how to play safe, he still hesitates to have sex.
Fears of pregnancy and AIDS were the most frequent reasons for not having sex," Blinn-Pike points out, noting that the female respondents were more likely to "have weighed the consequences and decided not to have sex yet.
Valley students Thursday said when they do have sex, they're likely to use condoms.
He wants us to have sex in the car, but isn't this illegal?
MEN would rather watch TV than have sex when they hit the sack, a survey has revealed.
Empric dated women before he started coming out during his senior year of college, but he didn't have sex with them.
When asked what methods they use to pressure each other about sex, the adolescents most emphasized "advocating," pestering each other to have sex, calling those who have not had sex names and bragging about having had sex.
Clearly students were considering more than just the behaviours engaged in when defining sexual partner because many students would count someone as their sexual partner even if they did not (by their own definition) have sex with that person.
It is against the law to have sex with any child under the age of 14,'' Whinery said.

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