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Recent Visitors: Sex Basics and Sexual Health
In the past 250 minutes, 109 people have visited Sex Basics and Sexual Health:

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20 most popular topics within the past 250 minutes:
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dildos 8 minnsy127 17
family nudity 4 m3brann 14
Sex doesn't seem to... work? 4 DoubleE 4
On vaginal size - the pelvic [edit: pubic!] bone. 3 Styx 8
Double Penetration 3 Devourer 3
Condom Leakage 2 haveaquestion 7
creampie 2 number11 5
Visual Disturbance during orgasm? 2 lozzy57 2
Discharge changes with NuvaRing 2 trulyloved 1
STD transmitted through fingering 2 cool87 8
Anal with a strap-on 2 rabiteen 2
shaking? 2 luckygrrl 5
Bath? 2 Sats 11
Painful urination after taking Plan B... 2 rainyday 4
underage fingering? 2 Daydreamer24 3
Condoms... 2 LaNy13 7
PCOS and emergency contraceptive pill 2 rosea*1 14
BC Pill Questions- Need urgent confirmation! 2 WorriedGirl11 24
Third Hole?!?!?!?! HELP! 2 mooshka 5
How long did you decide to wait before having sex? 2 sweetE_mandy 97
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