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10/10 What I learned this week

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You are reading page 50 of 10/10 What I learned this week. If you want to start from the beginning Go to First Page.

I wasn't trolling. I was genuinely curious. You don't see many posters starting 15 threads within less than 30 minutes, aside from spammers. I thought it was a fair question.

She never did respond to my private message.

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NOt being funny here...many of my 'virgin' girls visit with experience with everything but vaginal intercourse. I wonder if this is the case.

Technically, wouldn't they still be considered virgins if they haven't had vaginal intercourse? Also not being funny. I never thought about it until now.

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Technically, wouldn't they still be considered virgins if they haven't had vaginal intercourse? Also not being funny. I never thought about it until now.

Fair question. I think that is what they are considering but not thinking through the potential for STIs.

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Fair question. I think that is what they are considering but not thinking through the potential for STIs.

Yup, STIs are no fun. I always think of Mean Girls when people mention having sex.

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Yup, STIs are no fun. I always think of Mean Girls when people mention having sex.

Chlamydia... K-L-A...

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Chlamydia... K-L-A...

"Don't have sex because you will get pregnant and die."

Well, that escalated quickly.

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Did he really die? I read this morning that he was responding some and improving.

I love the "he might be on life support" reports.

He's intubated. No "might be" about it.

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You can be technically a virgin and have STD/STI.

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You can be technically a virgin and have STD/STI.

Pharyngeal gonorrhea

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NOt being funny here...many of my 'virgin' girls visit with experience with everything but vaginal intercourse. I wonder if this is the case.

Depends on the definition of virgin---any penetrating activity involving genitals vs vaginal intercourse. Apparently a wide spread belief among teens that you are a virgin until vaginal intercourse, hence the increase of pharyngeal chlamydia, gonorrhea, HPV, herpes and what ever other STIs. I recall a penile group A strep infection as a result of oral activities. Just because the act can't result in pregnancy does not make you immune from STI, in fact non-vaginal intercourse has a generally higher risk profile

The 8th grade health teacher is reinforcing abstinence among his 13-14 year old class: you aren't old enough to be a parent, do you want to live with hepatitis, HPV, HIV or herpes for the rest of your life? And yes oral genital, oral anal, and anal-genital contact can transmit all of these diseases. My son was traumatized by egg cell plus sperm cell = baby this should be more fun this year!

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I just threw up in my mouth, a little bit.

You read my mind. I was literally just about to post this exact comment. Word for word. I guess it would be the natural reaction to Ood's post.

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