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Sex is a small word, with lot’s of different meanings. It often refers to pleasure that comes from the genitals, but it isn’t limited to that. Often times sex involves our emotions, and other body parts like our brain and skin. Some common forms of sex are vagina and penis sex, vagina and vagina sex, penis and anus sex, and oral sex (mouth on vagina, anus or penis). Sex can also involve a sex toy.
Ultimately, people can decide for themselves what sex means to them. What we know is that if two people have decided that they are ready to have sex and have talked about consent, what they are comfortable with, what they are interested in and what their limits & boundaries are, then they can figure out what works best for them.