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INTERCOURSE. Communication; commerce; connexion by reciprocal dealings between persons or nations, as by interchange of commodities, treaties, contracts, or letters.

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11-13] Data from four rounds of a prospective population-based survey (conducted from 2003 to 2007) in a rural part of KwaZulu-Natal Province among youths 15 years and older found that the median age at first sexual intercourse was 18.
6% of students reported having had sexual intercourse before age 13 (6% in 2011)
Hence we are of the opinion that it has not been proved beyond reasonable doubt that the appellant committed sexual intercourse with the deceased contrary to her wishes or her consent.
The scans were an attempt to see if images of the male and female genitals was possible during sexual intercourse, said the (http://www.
1% (295) sexually active adolescent girls who used condoms during sexual intercourse, 41.
The proportion of adolescents who reported ever having sexual intercourse was nearly 12% of East Asian students (i.
Whilst the complainant attended Melbourne Park for tennis training, a routine developed where you would have sexual intercourse prior to morning training sessions on an almost daily basis," the judge concluded.
Of the young adults with visual impairments who reported ever having had sexual intercourse, what percentage used a condom the last time they had sexual intercourse?
the person is reckless as to whether the other person consents to the sexual intercourse, or
Questionnaires included a measure of sexual attitudes, sexual behaviors, family composition, and clarity of long-term goals, parental views, religious beliefs, dating patterns, and timing of education on sexual intercourse.
In the current study, we challenge the focus on age found in current statutory rape legislation and suggest that educational context may be more important than age asymmetry in predicting adolescent female sexual activity--specifically, that young women dating older males who are still in secondary school are at less risk of sexual intercourse than female teenagers dating males who do not attend school, regardless of the males' ages.
This review analyses the available data and the arguments for and against assisted conception versus unprotected sexual intercourse targeting fertile days, which has been recently proposed for couples meeting specific criteria.