Get over the stringent, straightjacketed words in the Oxford English Dictionary and embrace the funk and inherent charm of slang words, especially the mischievous sexual ones. Here are a few sex slang words you should definitely add to your vocabulary. Let us warn you, some of these might leave you chuckling! Nothing about the word boink suggests it as a suitable synonym for sexual intercourse. But this word, which otherwise means hitting someone, is also a popular slang used to describe the action of having sex.
30 'Sex Words' Every Woman Should Know The Meaning Of
Sex Slang Glossary - Sex Slang Lingo Definitions
Sixty-Nine 69 : A sex position where two people simultaneously give each other oral sex. Missionary : A sex position where one person gets to lie down and basically do nothing, while the partner on top does a little more work thrusting and grinding on them. Doggy-Style : A sex position where the receiver is on their hands and knees while their partner enters them from behind. Foreplay : Everything you do before intercourse, like making out, holding each other while spooning, cute lil neck smooches, fingering, oral sex, spanking, humping, dirty talk, or even just sending a sext prior to pants coming off. The bottom partner lies down on their back with their knees bent up in the air, and the top partner usually the woman get between their legs and slowly lowers down onto their partner. Both parties are intertwined, and the top partner uses their knees and hands for balance.
There's 1, code words for the big S. We've compiled a list of those harmless, coded words the dirty ones are a slideshow for another day. So, sit back and take notes about how to signal to your lover the next time you need a quick getaway.
Disclaimer: This collection of words is far more offensive than informative. The slurs revolve around a handful of categories: promiscuous women, homosexuals, and anyone who acts like a dick, a pussy, or an asshole. Likewise, most of the absurd sex acts are illegal, impossible, or involve an unhealthy amount of urine, feces, or vomit. The cataloging of these words and phrases is in no way an endorsement of them. Also, the list will continue to evolve, so please add your suggestions for additional words, alternate meanings, or corrections in the comments below.