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Recent Visitors: Sex Basics and Sexual Health
In the past 250 minutes, 191 people have visited Sex Basics and Sexual Health:

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20 most popular topics within the past 250 minutes:
  Topic Title Visitors Topic Author Last Reply Replies
Condom Leakage 6 haveaquestion 7
Bleeding from ORgasm?? 4 ?Curious? 18
No pleasure from clitoris stimulation? 4 skippablue 9
Urination after ejaculating 4 Dregae 12
Sex on my period - Possible pregnancy? 4 Natalie H 3
dildos 4 minnsy127 17
breaking the hymen 3 blondynlove 8
Burning sensation with Lube 3 ax50607 10
dark nipples?? 3 mysteryflower 54
Condoms! 3 La95 6
clitoral stimulation=peeing? 3 got_no_cash 4
boyfriend unable to penetrate me 3 cool87 12
im 14 and i really want to have sex with someone 3 qazspaz 4
Thong iritation vs. STD/STI? 3 Electric_Amish 10
Trimming pubic hair 3 curiouslaur 4
Sex doesn't seem to... work? 3 DoubleE 4
Sex? 3 Cappie 3
his penis won't fit! 3 BigGShawty90 5
menstrual cycle? 2 Jenhastoomuchparanoia 1
I have gonorrhea and my boyfriend doesnt 2 sofi 14
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