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lilacvase
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1)My friend doesn't have a computer and asked me if I could ask you guys and gals if your boyfriend is fingering with the middle finger, does it mean f*** you? (Sorry about the inopropriate language). I told her I didn't know and I hope you can help. She's really worried because her bf is super sweet.

2)Do males have a "hole down there" like females do? (Like where the babies come out).

Thanks for all your help!


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Milke
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Offensive hand gestures are offensive hand gestures, manual sex is manual sex, read what you'd like into it, but if a raised middle finger is supposed to represent something sexual, what's the problem with involving it in a sex act?

Boys have an anus and a urethra, for explusion of wates, and semen, but no vagina, since men cannot become pregnant or bear children.

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Heather
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"Fucking" is generally used to describe a whole lot of sexual activity, but namely, sexual intercourse.

I'm not sure what she's worried about -- whatever someone may or may not call fingering or manual sex, whether she's ready for that or not isn't about what it's called, it's about if she feels ready and is able to engage in it responsibly with her partner. THAT is what's important.

Men do not have vaginal openings because men do not have vaginas.

You can find out all about the male and female sexual anatomy at these two articles: Man’s Best Friend – Male Sexual Anatomy and Pink Parts – Female Sexual Anatomy.

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