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O face—slang for the facial expression of someone when having an orgasm.

O.S.—slang for cunnilingus or fellatio (short for oral sex)

Oh Henry—slang for penis

Okole—Hawaiian word for butt/anus

Olo-olo—testicles

on the bone—slang for erection

on the rag—1. menstruating.  2. irritable; grouchy.

onanism—masturbation

once around the park—slang for sexual intercourse

one eyed friend—slang for penis

one eyed snake—slang for penis

one eyed trouser trout—slang for penis

one-eyed Cyclops—slang for penis

one-eyed heated viper—slang for penis

one-eyed monster—slang for penis

one-eyed purple warrior of love—slang for penis

one-eyed snake—slang for penis

one-eyed spit monkey—slang for penis

one-eyed tool—slang for penis

one-eyed trouser monster—slang for penis

one-eyed trouser trout—slang for penis

one-eyed viper—slang for penis

one-eyed wonder worm—slang for penis

one-eyed wonder worm—slang for penis

online sexsex between partners via email, chat room or other Internet device.

open group marriage—marriage of three or more adult partners that is not sexually exclusive, but permits partners to have other outside lovers.

opo—(Tagalog) yes

oral contraceptivepill taken by women that allows them to have sex without becoming pregnant; a.k.a. birth control pill.

oral sex—description of cunnilingus or fellatio

orchid—slang for scrotum

organ—slang for penis

orgasmpeak of sexual excitement, characterized by strong feelings of pleasure and by a series of involuntary contractions of the muscles of the genitals, usually accompanied by the ejaculation of semen by the male.

orgysexual encounter with three or more people.  Group sex.

Ortho EvraA birth control patch that is worn on a woman’s buttocks, lower back or upper arm that releases hormones to prevent pregnancy.  It is 99% effective at preventing pregnancy when used correctly.  The patch is worn for a week at a time, for three consecutive weeks, and then replaced with a new one.  One week is "patch free" (during a woman's period).  It does not protect against sexually transmitted infections and must be prescribed by a health care provider.

Oup (Chuuk)—woman’s breasts

outedpublicly revealing the sexual orientation of someone who has chosen not to share it.

outercourseform of sex other than insertion-based intercourse.

ovary—one of the two organs that store ovum (eggs) in a female’s body.  Ovaries also produce hormones including progesterone, estrogen, and testosterone.

over the knee (OTK)—code for the classic spanking position.

over the shoulder boulder holder—slang for a bra

ovulation—release of an ovum (egg) from one of a female’s two ovaries each month.  This typically happens 14 days before a woman's period.

ovum—female egg.

oyster—slang for a vagina

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