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I read all the info and yadda yadda and I know where I stand and what I beleive but I just want others opinion.

The farthest me and my Boyfriend have gone is he put it in all the way and took it out, no in and out, in and out, so on and so forth.

Dose that count as intercource?

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Different people are going to have different opinions, so I'm not sure what that'll tell you.

In terms of pregnancy and STD risks, yes, that certainly "counts" as intercourse, and gives you a serious risk. It means you're sexually active, and have to deal with all the risks and responsibilities attached.

Whether you think it "counts" in some big existential sense, though, is something that only you can decide.

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