What is second basein dating terms
Heavy petting with many different partners dramatically increases the risk of STD's.My friend and I are curious what the 3 bases in dating are. She wants to get to base 3 with her boyfriend (whatever it is) but I think she is way too young to go that far.So what age do you think she should be before she considers going that far?There’s no set time for hitting your first home run.This is the first sexual behavior discussed so far that carries the risk of pregnancy or infection of a serious STD (Sexually Transmitted Disease), though this is not common. We've already talked about the risks of deep kissing, and there are no consequences to touching above the waist, or touching below the waist on the outside of clothing (some might argue that the risk to light petting is that it leads to heavy petting and that teens just cannot control themselves and will end up having intercourse - we disagree that teens have no control and believe that better and earlier, constant sex education will help teens remain in control of their hormones).The greater risk is with 'heavy petting', petting below the waist and inside the pants and underwear, and then only if the same hand touches both person's genitals (meaning that when touching yourself and then your partner, you can transfer body fluids, including sperm, to your partner's genitals).
Even a tiny amount of fluid or sperm is enough to transfer a disease or get a girl pregnant (yes, sperm can live outside the body, though not for very long).
It allows one to explore and learn what touches and caresses are pleasing to your partner, and to learn more about your partner's body.
Many adults, if they search their memories, recall their first sexual touch quite fondly, many remembering the first time they touched a breast or penis all of their life.
That’s way more effective than saying things like “you shouldn’t do this.” Good luck!
When I think of “bases” I think of excited gossipers in my distant childhood past.