Second Base in a Relationship?


The bases in a relationship which mark the progression of the relationship include: first base, kissing, usually with the involvement of tongue, second base, touching of private areas, third base, which is oral intercourse and the fourth base, sexual intercourse.
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If my memory doesn't fail me here, I'm think that would be your first kiss. Now what I am thinking though, if you need to ask, you should not be going to any base!
first base - kissing/making out. they're almost the same.(: second base- touching and making out. touching means touching both downstairs and upstairs (for girls.) and you can do
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The Bases:1st base=kissing,2nd base=petting above the waist,3rd base=petting
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Some of the bases in a relationship include tongues, which are involved in the act of kissing. The other bases include the touching of the sensitive spots between the partners such as the arm, boobs, the vagina and the penis region. The third base is sex, i.e. the actual act of sexual intercourse.
Phase 1: The Honeymoon: this is a romantic phase, Phase 2: Accommodationroles are established, expectations are set and compromises are made, Phase 3: The Challenge Phase A couple doesn't really know how strong a relationship is until they deal with the challenges that life brings. 4: The Crossroadsat this stage there is emotional withdrawal and lastly Phase 5: Rebirth (New marriage).
There are four relationship bases. The first base is Hook Up which involves kissing with the tongues, the second base is touching whereby the girl touches the penis and the boy touches the vagina of the girl. The third base is Oral Sex where the boy eats out the girl’s vagina and the girl sucks the boy’s penis. The final base is Home Run which entails sexual intercourse.
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