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What is the act that is referred to as a 'pearl necklace'?
The term "pearl necklace" is used to refer to a sexual act that has to do with the stimulation of and by a woman's breasts. In this particular act, a woman cups her breasts from the outside and squeezes them together as close as she can. The man then places his penis between her chest and strokes it rhythmically. Upon ejaculation, he will have placed a "pearl necklace" around her neck, so to speak.
Some consider it kinky, others might do it when it's that time of the month, but no matter what, I expect that you will help her clean up afterwards.
the virgin liar
I had sex for the first time last month with my boyfriend of three years. Since I was gone for two years of that time, I have a hard time trusting whether or not he had sex with anyone else. I asked him and he said 'no.' But my question is, do men have a vein beneath their penis that makes them a virgin, and wears out after they have sex a couple of times? I'm only 18 and a first timer.
If you have a hard time believing he was faithful, then why did you make love with him? Just as he must take your word that you didn't sleep with anyone else, you must do the same.
There is really no way to know for sure if he was no longer a virgin. And no, there is no vein beneath a man's penis that wears away. Blood flows through a vein, so its disappearance is unlikely.
From this point in the relationship you have two options: you can either take his word for it and continue with the relationship, or you could leave him and move on.
My girlfriend and I have been having sex for about a year and a half, and when she was on the Pill we didn't really worry about getting pregnant. But now she's not on the Pill anymore. Every time we have sex, we use a condom and sometimes we use the "pulling out" method as well. Is there any way we could still get pregnant?
There is no guaranteed method for avoiding pregnancy, and the "pulling out" or withdrawal method is certainly not reliable since men release pre-ejaculate before they ejaculate fully. Condoms are effective, but faulty condoms do exist so I suggest you splurge and buy a reliable name brand like Lifestyles.
The Pill is 99.4% effective, so long as the woman takes it every day and at the same time. Again, I highly discourage using the withdrawal method. Stick to contraceptive methods like condom use or IUDs (intrauterine device). Consult your family doctor for more information.