vaginal intercourse


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vaginal intercourse

Sexual intercourse in which the penis is inserted in the vagina.
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We ran models in which we redefined the "vaginal intercourse without condom" variable as having used a condom half of the time or less (still within the past 18 months) and found that the estimates were very similar to those when using the more stringent measure of having had vaginal intercourse without a condom every time.
In fact, oral sex is at least as common as vaginal intercourse among this age group, according to recent analyses of the National Survey of Family Growth (NSFG).
This sets up a hierarchy of behavior where vaginal intercourse has the highest importance.
The HIV/AIDS risk index included the following items: (i) History of sexually transmitted diseases, (ii) Had sex under the influence of alcohol, (iii) Frequency of vaginal sex during the last 3 months (without condom), (iv) Frequency of oral sex during the last 3 months without condom, (v) Frequency of anal sex during the last 3 months without condom, (vi) Number of sexual partners in the last 12 months, (vii) Frequency of vaginal intercourse in the past 3 months with a 'casual' partner, (viii) Frequency of vaginal intercourse in the past 3 months with a commercial sex worker, and (ix) duration of a relationship of less than seven days before sexual intercourse.
Penile glycogenated epithelial cells as an indicator of recent vaginal intercourse.
Unprotected (without a condom) anal or vaginal intercourse with an infected person.
The gendered meanings attached to the two roles derive from heterosexual vaginal intercourse - the agens was seen as masculine while the patiens was imagined to behave "like a woman" (come donna), a powerful simile already explicit in Leviticus 20:13.
Alternatives to vaginal intercourse practiced during the fertile time among calendar method users in Ireland.
Vaginal intercourse was prescribed, and deviations from the "missionary position" were morally suspect.
Yet even if heterosexuals were that promiscuous, the virus would still probably spread more rapidly among gays than straights since HIV is transmitted much more easily via anal intercourse than vaginal intercourse.
After some types of clitoroidectomy, vaginal intercourse can cause bleeding, and anal intercourse is often substituted.
For women who have attempted but failed to create a vagina using vaginal dilators without surgery, laparoscopic creation of the neovagina, followed by a period of use of vaginal dilators (approximately 4-6 months in one study), makes it possible for women with vaginal agenesis to engage in vaginal intercourse.