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When was the last time you had a meaningful conversation about sex? It's a topic many of us struggle to talk about, and when we do, we don't always fess up about what it's really like. Through my reporting on sex and relationships, I've spoken to hundreds of women and some men about topics including masturbation, libido, consent, painful sex, virginity, sexual confidence and porn. The biggest thing I've learnt? A lot of us aren't satisfied with our sex life — but think most other people are.

Sex, Sex, Sex

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Sex is a completely natural and normal activity — meant to be an intimate act, whether it is self-pleasuring or masturbation, or shared with someone you trust. Touching becomes a sexual activity if it involves touching or fondling the breasts, buttocks, anus, or genitals of another person. Touching yourself in any of these ways to arouse sexual feelings is called masturbation. Small kisses on the cheek or hand and even pecks on the mouth may be normal to exchange between family and friends, and are not usually considered sexual. But longer kissing on the mouth and other intimate parts of the body, including the neck, chest, abdomen, and genitals is considered sexual activity. For many people, their first sexual activity is masturbation.

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Click to talk to a trained teen volunteer. Sex means different things to different people. Above all, it is a healthy and natural activity. It is something most people enjoy and find meaningful even if they create meaning in different ways. Whether you are straight, lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer or questioning, you have the right to decide what sex means to you.