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    Rufis

    your no SLUT no1sexpotinusa, your just friendly and having fun at 6 (maybe 7). Nor are you Hotpants at 9. When you girls hit 30 lets talk about you being a little promiscuous.

    But never a slut... Sluts sleep with anyone!

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    I like a woman to be shaved or just a small patch trimmed and shaped above the clit. For myself I trim and shave the shaft and balls so no hair to get caught in womans teeth.
    Makes for more sensual touching and oral fun !!

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    Rufis

    I hope everyone you tell is as open minded as we are here. I'm sure you will make some lucky guy happy Chris!

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    Lmao Helmsman...
    how true!, but a little sucking and tugging softly with your lips is good. Always be gental, unless she tells you to go faster, harder, longer, he he he

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    Rufis

    how long has she been on the pill?
    Did the doctor get the dosage right?
    these are questions that have a bearing on the outcome of the chances of getting pregnant. The pharmaceutical companies want you to think it's 99% safe but it's not always. Best to get educated online or from a counselor or doctor so you know all the facts. Many ways to keep from getting pregnant; Abstinence, Fertility Awareness Methods (rhythm method), Condom, Oral Contraceptive (the pill), IUD (Intrauterine Device), Depo-Provera (shots), Diaphragm, Contraceptive Sponge, plus a few others. Used in combination will lessen the chances of pregnancy. I like to use the pill, rhythym method and a condom as a standard. Hope this helps :wink:

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    Rufis

    The little white lumps you mention on the underside of the penis are almost certainly normal. Often seen in the teenage years, small pimple-like glands, about 1 or 2mm diameter, can be seen underneath the foreskin. Sometimes known as 'Fordyce's spots' they are completely normal and no treatment is required.
    If the spots are seen in rows around the base of the head of the penis (also known as the glans), they are called 'coronal papillae' which are similar in appearance and again need no treatment. The best thing to do if you find these little white lumps is to not worry, don't pick or squeeze them and to maintain good hygiene by regular washing. Have a check up with your doctor just to be certain and always use a condom.

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    Rufis

    HSV or herpes simplex virus comes in two types: type 1 (HSV-1) is the most common cause of oral herpes and type 2 (HSV-2) most commonly affects the genital area, causing genital herpes. In recent years, though, HSV-1 has been found to cause up to 50 to 70% of primary outbreaks of genital herpes because of oral-to-genital contact. Best to not have oral sex or fluid transfer from mouth to sexual organs during an outbreak. Hope this helps.

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    Rufis

    Depression is an Illness, not a disease...
    But to answer your question;
    Diseases that are spread through sexual contact are usually referred to as “sexually transmitted diseases”—STDs for short. In recent years, however, many experts in this area of public health have suggested replacing STD with a new term—sexually transmitted infection, or STI.

    Why? The concept of “disease,” as in STD, implies a clear medical problem, usually some obvious signs or symptoms. But in truth several of the most common STDs have no signs or symptoms in the majority of persons infected. Or they have mild signs and symptoms that can be easily overlooked. So the sexually transmitted virus or bacteria can be described as creating “infection,” which may or may not result in “disease.” This is true of chlamydia, gonorrhea, herpes, and human papillomavirus (HPV), to name a few.

    For this reason, in some of the published literature, the term “disease” is being replaced by “infection.” ASHA has used the term STD since 1988 and it appears in hundreds of published ASHA documents, including many of these Web pages. Users of this Web site will continue to see it for some time.

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    Rufis

    We all have thoughts that we are not allowed to have. That is normal. You are young and curious. You will find in time other things you like that give you pleasure and focus more on them. Fantasies are heathy, just don't act on them untill your know you are ready. Some things are best kept to ourselves but here it's ok to share. Welcome to life and the fun of sex :wink:

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    Rufis

    I would have to say it's thier minds!
    What they say or do is all in thier minds so it's the biggest turn on.
    Then I would go with looks...

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