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have sex

To have sexual intercourse with someone. A: "Did you have sex last night?" B: "Well that's a personal question!"
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These sub-themes were: perceived obligation to have sex and relationship maintenance.
She wants them to wait until they're mature enough to have sex, but she also wants them to understand that sex is beautiful with a person you love.
Supporters of abstinence-only sex-ed believe that giving kids info on birth control encourages them to have sex.
If a teenager is determined to have sex, he or she will do so with or without protection.
If you hadn't decided to earn millions posing with your surgically enhanced naked breasts to get males to "have sex at you", you'd probably be pricing up those drills at your local B&Q.
"She denied having sex with him as he was too drunk to be able to have sex with her," an Emirati policeman said in official records.
I certainly don't want to have sex just to look cool in front of my friends.
Gay men in Auckland, New Zealand have been warned not to have sex in a family-friendly park in the city.
Before being sent home to have sex at least four times in a month, each person was required to do a 30-minute moderate-intensity workout on the treadmill to provide a baseline measure of their calorie expenditure during exertion.
First, it is interesting to note that although most of the students in the Randall and Byers (2003) study did not classify oral-genital contact as "having sex", 99% said that if their relationship partner had oral-genital contact with someone else, they would view their partner as having been "unfaithful" For most people, being monogamous means, among other things, that the partners do not have sex with other people.
They fooled around but didn't have sex, which remained a possibility for when the pair planned to meet in San Francis co.
Twenty-two percent reported feeling angry, and 35% reported feeling sad, at least some of the time they have sex. Twenty-one percent said that they are scared at least half the time they have sex.
One of these, titled "For the teen who's thinking about having sex...," mentions condoms in one short paragraph: "Using condoms every time you have sex can reduce the danger of having sex.
Abstinent adolescents base their decision not to have sex on three factors: the fear of possible consequences, emotional confusion, and conservative or religious values, according to Lynn Blinn-Pike, director of the University of Missouri-Columbia Center on Adolescent Sexuality, Pregnancy and Parenting.
Blake insisted to prosecutors that the pair did not have sex.
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