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Explaning Sexual Intercourse

Sometimes may be difficult to explain adolescents about aspects of sex. When in a very young age, their curiosity it's summarized by wanting to know why sex parts are different in both genders. Later, questions start to become more complex and pertinent, and for the other part, more embarrassing, especially explaining sexual intercourse itself. Here are some points of departure to discuss about sexual intercourse with your teenager and clear qualms on sex in general. You may adapt these ideas to your own vocabulary, in order not to confuse the kid with so much information.

  • Sexual intercourse is an intimate act between a man and a woman. It is designed for reproduction means so most people engage in sex inducing self-gratification. It happens when both partners are aroused after foreplay.
  • Before sexual intercourse, the bodies of both partners get ready to sex. The woman's vagina becomes wet and slippery and the man's penis fills with blood, becoming bigger and hard. When both bodies are ready to have sex, sexual intercourse full action takes place.
  • So, the man inserts his penis into her vagina ant they start to fret together until one or both reach orgasm, which is the climax of sexual intercourse. All the process is accompanied by a strong sensation of pleasure, satisfaction and thus intimacy.
  • Emphasize the fact that during sexual intercourse the woman may get pregnant, and explain that there are methods to prevent unwanted pregnancy. If your kid is mature enough and you have intimacy to delve into the subject, show him/her what a condom is and how it is used.

The most important thing is to clarify that sex is not something wrong or dirty, but also vital deservingly treated with care. Sexual intercourse nearly everyone has a stint at sometime or will eventually.



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