Ten Sex Terms You Should Know

Before turning a "hat trick” or getting a "pearl necklace,” be sure you know what you are talking about.
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Ten Sex Terms You Should Know

Before turning a “hat trick” or getting a “pearl necklace,” be sure you know what you are talking about.

-Libby Keatinge

Ten sex terms you should know

“What is that?!” you may have asked in the past when hearing a term like “hat trick” or “a date with Senorita Mano.” Ignorant no more ladies! When the guys are throwing around their sexual slang, be sure you come armed with our list of ten sex terms you should know so you know exactly what you are getting into.

1. Hat Trick: You have heard plenty of times that it is a serious faux pas to sleep with your ex’s friend. But what if you do it twice? There’s a term for you bad girl! “Hat trick” is when you have had sex with three guys from the same group of friends.

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2. Nuts and Bolts: They are essential hardware! The male genitalia is sometimes referred to as “nuts and bolts.”

3. Hall pass: When your significant other is out of town, you have a “hall pass.” Plenty of extra time to hang with your pals, and no one to answer to as to what time you will be home.


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  1. Not necessarily. i happened to hook up with 3 of my brothers friends. When i was 17, another at age 29, then the current one at age 52. They all know my brother. And we all live in different states. Just saying. i never thought about it, until i read this article! My brother has some fine friends. The latest is the best!

    1. I believe she is referring to when you have sex with 3 guys from the same group of friends. Not necessarily from an ex really, a brother can certainly be considered a friend…and his friends would encompass the group of friends.

    1. I agree. If you wait until marriage, and both parties are faithful (and monogamous, no wife swapping), there is a much lower rate of female problems including cancer and if course STI's. Plus, there is no question on who the baby's father is. I married my first real boyfriend nearly 19 years ago and we're quite happy. It is nice to not have to wait for a pap result to rule out an STI if you have a UTI! Our children know others their own age already sexually active. 5th grade children shouldn't be having sex! There are 4 pregnant girls in my son's middle school class alone!
      Marriage really should come before love making. It is a shame that in schools they don't discuss the benefits of waiting until marriage. They either only discuss abstinence or they hand out condoms in the front office. They need to talk about the real issues! The much higher chances for cancer, STIs that NEVER go away, the fact that abortions can cause infertility when they feel ready to be a mother, etc! That is why I trust my children around a book on a bookshelf called Taking Charge of Your Fertility. It explains SO much about how a woman's body works that you don't learn in class.
      They should show a video of a real live birth…un medicated, in all its gory wonder! They should have teen parents talk about how their lives have changed. Tv shows such as 16 And Pregnant are simply false as they pretend to be poor, but are making good money by doing the show.
      After school clubs should be brought back, even if it means a longer school day. Keep minors busy and engaged in an activity they enjoy! Bored kids tend to engage in sexual activity much earlier and tend to become parents much younger than minors that are busy!
      People may hate what I'm saying. They may think I'm a prude (my HUSBAND would strongly disagree!), but I don't care! If I'm a prude, then they are whores…make and female alike!
      Is it really that important to go at each other like rabbits? Sex may feel good, but within a loving marriage sex can be phenomenal! Plus, as we are married, we don't have to "kill the mood" by asking sexual histories and "taking away pleasure" by wearing a condom.

      1. are you for real?
        Who told you that you can get Cancer from not being monogamous? Because that's soooo wrong.
        You have to be pulling my leg.

        There are many things that can cause you cancer, for example if you are talking about Ovarian Cancer,
        You are a higher risk to get Cancer depending in your age, obesity level and even the type of birth control that you have used, even from Talcum powder if you apply it to your genital area or on your sanitary napkins.
        But, there is no correlation between how many sexual partners or even how many times you have had sex and Cancer.
        And I laughed at the part about "killing the mood by asking sexual histories", lol do you think that is the thing that people talk about when they are making out?
        You can be responsible and talk about it, you can even test together if you want to make sure you and your partner are ok.
        And then when you are "in the mood" there is nothing to talk about, well except if you guys like to talk dirty during sex.

        1. And I had to laugh because I don't want to be in a situation where I want to …. and it kills the mood wondering if s/he was born with a lumpy, bumpy …. or if it is a result of something that might be relevant to MY sexual health.

          More people need to educate themselves and their families and children. Innocent, informative and without prejudice.

  2. Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Overview

    By Chris Woolston, M.S.

    There are only two ways to completely protect yourself from a sexually transmitted disease. You can abstain from sex altogether or have sex only with a partner you know to be uninfected. Condoms and other barrier protection can greatly reduce the risk of most sexually transmitted diseases, but even these are not 100 percent effective.

    It goes without saying that few people choose the first option — and many others choose to forgo condoms, either occasionally or all the time. Then there are those who think they are in a monogamous relationship with an uninfected partner and are later stunned to find that they are not.

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 19 million new sexually transmitted infections occur each year, almost half of them among young people aged 15 to 24. In addition, national infection rates for syphilis and other dangerous STDs have been rising over the past few years — a trend that worries health authorities.

    More than 20 different viruses and bacteria can pass from one partner to another during sex. Many of these germs, including the bacterium that causes chlamydia and the virus that causes herpes, live on the surface of the genitals. These infections can spread during genital contact, including oral or anal sex. Some viruses — such as HIV, the virus that causes AIDS — live in semen and other bodily fluids. These diseases spread most easily during unprotected vaginal or anal sex.
    https://consumer.healthday.com/encyclopedia/hepat

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