Re: Oral: Sex or Not?
Shall we look at the dictionary definitions?
1. either the male or female division of a species, esp. as differentiated with reference to the reproductive functions.
2. the sum of the structural and functional differences by which the male and female are distinguished, or the phenomena or behavior dependent on these differences.
3. the instinct or attraction drawing one sex toward another, or its manifestation in life and conduct.
â€“verb (used with object)
6. to ascertain the sex of, esp. of newly-hatched chicks.
7. sex up, Informal.
a. to arouse sexually: The only intent of that show was to sex up the audience.
b. to increase the appeal of; to make more interesting, attractive, or exciting: We've decided to sex up the movie with some battle scenes.
8. to have sex, to engage in sexual intercourse.
So even the mighty dictionary did not specify acts that count as sex. It all depends on how the word is used. If you say "Peter wants to have sex with Sally" that would generally imply that he wishes to have intercourse with her. If you hear some gossip at school you may hear "Peter and Sally had sex", but in this case it can refer to any sexual act.
n. Sexual activity involving oral stimulation of one's partner's sex organs.
Shall we stop denying that it's sex?
Last edited by 0=; July 20th, 2007 at 04:11 AM.