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How is sex defined?

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Question - (14 October 2006) 3 Answers - (Newest, 15 October 2006)
A male , anonymous writes:

just a general is sex defined?

Do you have to cum for it to be classed as sex? or would it still be classed as sex if there was only penetration? thanks

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A reader, anonymous, writes (15 October 2006):

To me, sex is anything acting up to the idea to pleasure someone physically combined with emotional and mental pleasure. So if two people kiss just to greet each other, then no, that wouldn't be sex. If two people kiss just to make-out, possibly feel each other a bit, that would just be an intimate communcative measure. If two people kissed and ended up giving/receiving oral, then that IS sex because physical, mental, and/or emotional pleasure to try to climax in any way is being done. If people kiss that leads to feeling our his penis and/or her vagina, caressing her legs, pinching his nipples, feeling her breasts out, kissing down his/her neck and collar, which leads to shedding clothing and/or make enough way to fingering, oral, hand job, which then leads to penetrative sex in the vagina and/or anus, then that is definitely considered sex.

You can have sole penetration and/or you can sex. Penetration just means you shove it, churn it, and try to climax. Sex is a combination of many things to lead up to penetration. Either you climax or not is a result of penetration and/or sex, and not sex itself. 8]

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A female reader, beleiveitbabyx3 +, writes (14 October 2006):

beleiveitbabyx3 agony auntsex could go either way. If the guy penetrates you thats all thats needed. it would still be classified under sex. you dont need cum everytime you have sex. although most people do lol.

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A male reader, Ponungalungb United States +, writes (14 October 2006):

Ponungalungb agony auntI think you need to ask an expert, like Bill Clinton. . . depending on your definition of "is". LOL.

Seriously, I'd have to say penetration is all that's needed, cause I can go for an hour and not cum. If that isn't sex, I don't know what is.

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