A person in Native American culture who is both masculine and feminine. Also known as two-spirited.
A term that describes a person whose gender identity matches their biological sex.
Cleaning the pipes
A slang term for male masturbation.
A slang term for “pubic lice.”
An STD that is caused by a parasite. Pubic lice live in pubic hair and lay their eggs. They can cause intense itching, especially at night. Public lice can be sexually transmitted but can also be transmitted if people share towels or other linens. They are cured with anti-lice medicated shampoo and body wash, such as Kwell, which can be purchased in a drug store.
Using two condoms, at the same time, instead of one. Using two condoms does not pose any risk for the condoms breaking, but it is also unnecessary because it doesn’t offer any extra protection.
The shorter term for the “Grafenberg” Spot. It is an area about two knuckles’ length in on the top or bellybutton side of the vagina that can produce intense sexual pleasure in some girls and women when stimulated. This can also cause some girls and women to ejaculate. Not all girls and women find this pleasurable, however.
A term used to describe a person’s self-proclaimed ability to, based on stereotypes, determine whether someone is lesbian, gay or bisexual. For example, a person might say, “Wow, I was really surprised to find out that he was gay; my gaydar did not go off at all around him.” Often used as a good-natured term by people of all orientations although it may be offensive by some people as having “gaydar” relies on stereotypes.
A slang term for a person who thinks about sex more than people may perceive to be socially acceptable. See “horny.”
The rubbing of hips and genitals against another person or object for pleasure. If one or both people are wearing clothes, it is called “dry humping,” which carries no risk for pregnancy or STDs.
A slang term for the vulva.
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