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What hole is the penis supposed to go in while having sexual intercourse?

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What hole is the penis supposed to go in while having sexual intercourse?

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Hi there, thanks for your question. It's great that you are wondering about your genitals. Being a female, it can get a little confusing because there is a lot down there to look at and work out!

If you haven't already done so, it might help if you find a private place where you won't be interrupted, get a hand-held mirror and have a look down there. It might feel a bit strange or embarrassing to do it, but it will help you identify your own genital parts and give you a better understanding of how intercourse works too.

The female genitalia has 3 openings or holes. Working from the top down (i.e. closest to your belly button), the first hole is the urethra, which is where you wee out of. The second and usually the largest hole is the vagina. The third hole is the anus, which is where you poo out of. Check out the Somazone Vagina info fact sheet (link below) for a diagram that shows all 3 holes.

When people talk about sexual intercourse they usually mean vaginal sex, which is sex that involves a penis inside a vagina. (Remember that your vagina is the middle hole. It's surrounded by your labia—the folds of skin on either side of the vagina.)

Intercourse can also mean sex with a penis in the anus. Not everybody feels comfortable having anal intercourse (anal sex), so you would need to decide for yourself if this is something you would like to try or not.

Did you know there are laws about sex? The age of consent for sex (when you can legally say yes to having sex) varies depending on where you live. Check out the link below to find out the age for your state. The other thing to know is that you should only have sex when you feel comfortable with it—you should never be forced into doing something you don't want to do.

Whatever type of sex you might have when you're ready, it's always a good idea to use condoms and water-based lubricant. Using condoms will give you the best protection from sexually transmissible infections (STIs) and from unintended pregnancy.

Take care.

Last modified: 28th August 2013
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