First base second base dating
[Read: Dry humping and the virgin’s guide to orgasms] #4 Fourth base/Home run. Now, the rest of these aren’t bases, however, they are baseball metaphors that you may hear when talking about sex.
But honestly, this term, though still used, is outdated. If someone identifies themselves as bisexual, then just use that term. Maybe you heard it in movies, “they play for the other team.” If you have, it means this person is either gay or lesbian.
I mean, unless you’re the one who’s receiving anal sex, who really cares if he performs anal sex. Another witty baseball term, but really, I think the LGBTQ community would be cool if you just said gay or lesbian instead. They play for both teams says this person is bisexual.
[Read: How to prepare for anal sex: A beginners’ fantasy guidebook] #7 Catching. Instead, this means the man is receiving anal sex from another man. I know, there are a lot of phrases to remember, since switch-hitter basically means the same thing.
[Read: Dating a bisexual: 12 things you should never say] #11 Ask your friends for help.
If you forget what each base stands for, don’t be shy to ask your friends for help.
You start kissing, and it starts getting a little more intense.