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.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?Figure if anything, we can sort it out together as we move along. Now depending on how far into this we get, I think this is like kissing. Not that I’m saying you’re going to rape the girl at 3rd base, but, this is just more like an intermediary bridge between second and third.Could you tell me what the bases are for girls and guys? While there's no "official" definition of what the bases represent, there seems to be a general understanding of each base: Remember, Wondering, these can vary among different people, so don't be embarrassed to ask your friends exactly what they mean when they talk about the different bases — you may find that you aren't the only one who needs some clarification on both the bases and the definition of sex.It's great that you want to be informed and asking is the best way to find out.
Usually, this excuse is used if someone wants to justify participating in sexual activity. Here are the top 10 lies Christian teens tell themselves when it comes to answering the question, "How far is too far? It takes a stronger person, or a person backed up by the strength of God, to resist temptation. In a world where sex is seen in every medium and condoms are being handed out in schools, what is a Christian teen to do when confronted with conflicting advice about what constitutes a sexual activity or abstinence? Doing something just because everyone else is doing it is just giving into peer pressure.There are a lot of emotions and spiritual struggles that come from having had sex outside of marriage.It is one of the reasons God placed such an emphasis on sex and relationships in the Bible. 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.