Question: what is oral sex and any tpyes of sex?
Asked by: , lawrence, Mass
Answer: Hi! Thanks for your question. You asked about the meaning of oral sex. Oral sex is mouth to private area touching. Some people consider this type of touching sex, while others might call it a type of sexual activity. However you choose to define it, you should be aware that choosing to engages is oral sex could mean putting yourself at risk for things like STIs or sexually transmitted infection. Thanks again for asking!
what happens when young kids body when they drink (teenagers below the age of 18).?
Asked by: n.r, boston massachuettes
Answer: Apart from being illegal, underage drinking poses a high risk to youth on many levels. National studies show that teens who drink are much more likely to be involved in motor vehicle crashes. We also know that adolescents are vulnerable to alcohol induced brain damage, which could contribute to poor performance at school or work. Studies also show that youthful drinking is associated with increased likelihood of developing into abuse and dependency later on in life. Finally, studies show that teens who choose to become involved in alcohol usage tend to be involved in other risky behaviors such as early sexual activity and drugs. Please be aware of the challanges that come along with underage drinking and think about making choices that will prepare you for the healthiest future that you can have! Thanks for the question.
do i get any kinda disease if i only kiss? does it depends on multiple partners?
Asked by: , Lowell,Mass
Answer: There are diseases that can be exposed to when you are kissing someone. One of the most common infections is called mononucleosis, mono for short, and comes from a virus. One of the symptoms of mono is feeling really tired for weeks, even months. It can be spread through contact with saliva. That is why it is sometimes called the “kissing disease”, even though kissing is not the only way to catch it. There are also STD's, such as Syphilis and Herpes Simplex virus, which can be passed through direct contact including prolonged kissing, sexual contact, and skin to skin contact. Both of these diseases come with sores that are highly contagious but they can be passed even if the sores are not present. In regards to multiple partners, the more people that you have this kind of contact with, the more chances of you being exposed.
why do i feel so lonely?? my frnds say that i donot mix up or myself try to make frnds but my relatives say the opposite. please help me,i have become too sensitive that i even cry maximum times.
Asked by: , palampur.Himachal Pradesh
Answer: Thanks for your honest question. You should know that like yourself, many teens struggle with these same feelings of sadness, confusion about relationships, and lonliness. These feelings may be due, in part, to the whole process of puberty that is probably happening. Puberty, the process of changing from a child into an adult,can be a very difficult time, in that you may be experiencing an enormous amount of change all at once. These changes are both physical and emotional and can impact the way one feels about themeselves and others. My suggestion would be to try and be patient with yourself and your friends as you all move through this time together. You might also want to find a trusted adult with whom you can share. Sometime it's good to have a grown ups perspective because they've been through alot of what you may currently be experiencing.
i want to have sex with my boyfriend but am unsure that he knows [i've never had sex]. do i tell him straight up or just do it?
Asked by: yv, naples, florida
Answer: I'm glad you wrote. I must say, though, it concerns me that you are seriously considering having sex with your boyfriend even though he doesn't know enough about you to know that you have not had sex before. I'm not sure if you are aware of the risks of sex outside of a faithful lifelong relationship, but I want you to know them so you can make educated decisions about your body. If your boyfriend has been involved in any sort of sexual activity before, having sex with him would put you at risk for getting a sexually transmitted disease. Some of these diseases are incurable and can cause a significant amount of damage or hardship. Most people with an STD don't have any symptoms, so you can't tell by looking at your boyfriend if he's infected. The only way to know for sure is to be tested. There's also the risk of unplanned pregnancy and the emotional impact sex can have on someone. If you don't end up with your boyfriend long-term, having sex with him can make the break-up even more painful. Take your time and get to know him better and allow him to get to know you. Make sure you always feel respected and secure in the relationship and that you're not feeling pressure to have sex. When I had sex for the first time, I was your age. I now regret it. I had sex because I wanted to make HIM happy and because I thought that sex would bring us closer together. It didn't, and we broke up. Two out of three teens who have had sex wish that they had waited. These are all just things for you to keep in mind as your making this important decision. What I want for you is what I want for every young person--healthy relationships and a healthy future. And remember, if he really loves you and is committed to you, he'll wait for you. You're worth waiting for!