Welcome to Down to Find Out , a column in which Nona Willis Aronowitz addresses your biggest questions about sex, dating, relationships, and all the gray areas in between. Have a question for Nona? Send it to downtofindout gmail. However, I have not had vaginal. What do I say to the gynecologist? I shuddered when I read pre-sexual revolution definitions of sex according to doctors. The intercourse which takes place between two sexually mature individuals of opposite sexes; which excludes cruelty and the use of artificial means for producing voluptuous sensations; which aims directly or indirectly at the consummation of sexual satisfaction and which, having achieved a certain degree of stimulation, concludes with the ejaculation—or emission—of the semen into the vagina, at the nearly simultaneous culmination of sensation—or orgasm—of both partners. I define it loosely as any form of sexual intimacy between people of any gender, especially if it leads to mutual pleasure. Basically, sex is whatever you want it to be. With men, women or both?
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What kind of questions does a gynecologist ask you?
My name is Noelle, I'm 24, and I just went to my first gynecologist appointment. I realize that you might be a little shocked it took me so long to go, but here's the thing: I've never had any problems with my menstrual cycle so I just never felt the urgent need to go. I saw the whole avoiding-a-stranger-poking-around-my-vagina thing as an upside. With that said, I realized that there are other important reasons to go to the gyno worth bearing the aforementioned awkwardness other than to figure out why you're not getting your period regularly. It's a preventative measure so that if you do have any issues with your vagina or reproductive system that wouldn't present themselves immediately, like cervical or breast cancer or an STD , your doctor can catch them early and treat them. Lakeisha Richardson, you should be getting a pap smear and pelvic exam once a year from the age of 21, whether your period is regular or not. A pap smear checks for changes in the cells of the cervix that might put you at risk for cervical cancer in the future.