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Q: Can a woman take a inch penis all the way into her vagina? If so, where does it all go?

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Into the womb? A: When a woman is not aroused her vagina is about three to five inches long. When she is aroused her vagina can generally lengthen another inch or two. This is primarily due to the reflexive elevation of her uterus in response to arousal. It moves up and out of the way and leaves a cul-de-sac type space that can stretch somewhat. A long penis would not go into the uterus womb. It would just bump into the cervix, the part of the uterus closest to the outside of the body via the vagina.

The cervix does have a small opening, but it is not one 11 in cock normally permits insertion of anything larger than a Q-Tip. The small percentage of men whose penis is that large often have difficulties in creating satisfying intercourse stimulation for both themselves and their partner. One common problem is an inability to insert very far without causing pain to their partner. Q: We have a question about a past column in which you were writing about sexual positions. You talked about a woman being on "all fours" and a man being on "all threes. A: In mentioning a man being on all threes 11 in cock may have confused more folks than you.

I was answering a question about which position was best for women to receive manual stimulation during intercourse. I was trying to convey the idea perhaps with too much cleverness that while using the rear entry position the man might be supporting himself on his two knees and on one of his hands, totaling three points of support.

That would permit his other hand to caress his partner's body as part of the sexual arousal process. A: Yes and no. According to "STD News" vol. Eighty-seven percent of the teens in this study did not believe they were vulnerable to getting the AIDS virus. The survey found that only 16 percent of Hispanics, 11 percent of African Americans and 2 percent of Caucasians in the teenage group consider themselves at risk to contract AIDS.

This was true despite the fact that more than 20 percent of the entire people knew someone who had died of AIDS. Teens aren't the only ones who are missing the point when it comes to AIDS. Ninety percent of the entire group said they are not engaging in any activity that puts them at risk for AIDS.

Nevertheless, further questioning revealed that only 53 percent said they used a condom the last time they had sex. Campaigns have been waged to educate the public about the importance of using condoms and incorporating other behaviors that can greatly reduce the transmission of HIV. Yet many young people are entering their teenage years, a time of possible sexual activity, without truly grasping the facts and integrating them into behavior. Weston is a board-certified sex therapist and d marriage and relationship counselor with offices in San Francisco and Sacramento.

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