When the mood strikes and inhibititions are low, it's easy for a goodnight peck on the cheek to develop into a trip around the proverbial sex bases.
Unless your objective is a one night stand, it's better to err on the side of slow and steady than quick and dirty.
With sex quickly becoming the goal in and of itself, young people can feel the need to lose their virginity because everyone else is — and perhaps jump into bed before they're ready or truly want to.
When sexual exploration becomes goal-oriented, satisfaction becomes secondary, and we risk missing out on the various kinds of emotional and physical satisfaction sex offers.
Third base is oral and a home run is well, doing the deed.
Using a sports metaphor to measure sexual progress might make things easy for teens, particularly boys looking to impress peers with how "far" they got with the girl next door. But the need to measure sexual progress is itself a troubling impulse, one that reflects the misguided way we approach sex as an intimate act.
The goal is to "score": The metaphor of sexual activities as baseball, a concept apparently dating as far back as the 1940s, is inherently goal-oriented.
That mentality is especially influential when we're young, just beginning to explore sex in the context of peer pressure and desires to fit in.
Second base is all hands with the guy making his way up the girl's shirt.Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate.I received a message today from a collaboration of two friends who are wondering about the stages of a relationship. Does a home run in a relationship mean a sexual score or obtaining a committed, meaningful relationship?Home run (or rounding the bases, scoring a run, hitting a home run, scoring, going all the way, coming home, etc.) is the act of penetrative intercourse.For the visual-oriented among us, here’s a graphic (adapted from XKCD’s complex version): I can understand that a country little love for baseball might be confused by this metaphor system. However, some people in China have picked it up, but in the process changed the system: 4.“Home” represents _____ Clearly, this is a whole ‘nother ballgame the Chinese are playing, and their playing field looks like this when superimposed onto the American field: So much for “rounding the bases!