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Sex Slang

Sex slang refers to all the naughty words you probably know for sex acts - and maybe many you don't. Yes, there's urban dictionary, but our content is carefully researched and, wherever possible, reviewed by experts in the field. Here we cover information about sex slang, including its origins, what it means and which words might have connotations that are not sex positive.

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