That’s how I felt on a daily basis in the middle school girls’ bathroom. If one person touches or kisses another person’s breasts, for example, that’s considered “going to second base.” This has also been called heavy petting, feeling him or her up or making out. So, everyone is talking about who went to what base and it’s leaving you kinda clueless, right? Interesting trivia: In France they call this a “lover’s kiss.” In another odd sports metaphor, some call french kissing “playing tonsil hockey.” Source: Shutterstock” title=”baseball-bat” width=”200″ height=”167″ class=”alignright size-medium wp-image-69692″ /Second Base Second base is touching, kissing and sexual activity that takes place while still fully clothed.Speaking of sexual activity in terms of bases, sometimes doing so can make the interaction with your partner(s) seem more goal-oriented (i.e., to “hit that home run”, or “get to home base”).
Could you tell me what the bases are for girls and guys? While there's no "official" definition of what the bases represent, there seems to be a general understanding of each base: Remember, Wondering, these can vary among different people, so don't be embarrassed to ask your friends exactly what they mean when they talk about the different bases — you may find that you aren't the only one who needs some clarification on both the bases and the definition of sex.
It's great that you want to be informed and asking is the best way to find out.
Talking about fifth base when there's really only four bases reminds me of the expression Up To Eleven.
If you want to downvote me for using Urban Dictionary, that's fine. First base When you get to first base, you have been lucky enough to have been kissed.
Plus, these bases are kind of controversial, since they are only built on heterosexual sex. Your tongues are engaged, hence the term tongue kissing.