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Sexual Terminology--I

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ice creamfellatio

ick—semen

impotence—inability to get or sustain an erection, also erectile dysfunction

in (up) the assanal sex

in the bushsexual intercourse

incestsexual activity between people who are related by blood.  Incest is illegal.

inclusive relationship—sexual relationship in which all partners have agreed to form a group.  The existing relationship may expand to include more people with mutual consent.

indoor body surfingsexual intercourse

industrial accident—orgasm

infantilism—A fetish where an adult role-plays being an infant, wearing baby clothing and sometimes being disciplined by a mother figure. 

inflating Johnnyfellatio

inhibited sexual desirelack of sexual desire or libido.  Sexuality therapists address psychological and social factors underlying inhibited sexual desire with the client in a treatment program.

instrumentpenis

intacta woman still having a hymen, which has been interpreted as a sign of virginity.

intercoursesex:  two or more people engaging in activities that involve the genitalia of one or more persons whereby stimulation is provided to achieve excitement and pleasure.

intersexualperson (archaically referred to as a hermaphrodite) who was born with genitals or chromosomes that were not clearly male or female

Intrauterine Device (IUD)A contraceptive device that is inserted in the uterus.  It works by preventing fertilization and/or implantation of a fertilized egg.  IUDs are 98% effective at preventing pregnancy.  Prescribed and inserted by a health care provider, they cost several hundred dollars.  This is not a method that is recommended or used by many teens and young women because it typically prescribed after the birth of one or more children for women who want long-term protection against pregnancy but do not want to be surgically sterilized and who are not at risk for sexually transmitted infection.

intimate relationssexual intercourse

itty-bitty-titty—female breasts

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