Teen dating third base
Usually, this means that the person has not had a sexual act that involved penetration. Virginity is not a state of mind, but it is the conscious choice to not involve oneself in sexual acts until after marriage.
Usually, this excuse is used if someone wants to justify participating in sexual activity.
Speaking of sexual activity in terms of bases, sometimes doing so can make the interaction with your partner(s) seem more goal-oriented (i.e., to “hit that home run”, or “get to home base”).
Keep in mind that sexual activity doesn’t just have to be about how far you can get with someone.
Dear Alice, Some of the girls at my school talk about how their boyfriends got to first, second, or third base with them.
I feel kind of left out because I don't know exactly what they are. Whether you're hitting a home run or striking out, it helps to have the low down on the latest sexual terminology — not just because others are talking about it, but it may be helpful when communicating with potential partner(s).
Just for the record, I don’t know if I’ve ever been completely taught what the “bases” are, but let’s give it a shot. So you know how in baseball, before you steal a base, you take a good solid lead-off?
Another crucial piece to rounding any of the bases is making sure that you and your partner(s) have mutually consented.
Only now, instead of looking for Waldo, you’re looking for herpes.
And he’s a much bigger national threat than Waldo ever was.
Sex is a beautiful act that comes out of the marriage covenant, and it means more than just an action.
Some people use the term "technical virgin" when describing their sexual status.
While the media and people in school may make it seem like everyone is having sex, there are just as many Christian teens (and non-Christians, too) waiting until marriage.