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Sexual intercourse, also known as coitus, copulation, or simply sex, is the act of inserting and thrusting a penis into a vagina for sexual pleasure, procreation, or both. It is one of the most common sexual activities among humans and other animals, and is typically accompanied by intense physical and emotional sensations.

During sexual intercourse, a man's erect penis is inserted into a woman's vagina, where it can stimulate the clitoris and other sensitive areas. The thrusting motion of the penis can create pleasurable sensations for both partners, leading to intense feelings of intimacy and connection. In addition to physical pleasure, sexual intercourse can also have emotional and psychological benefits, such as reducing stress and improving mood.

Sexual intercourse can be performed in a variety of positions, including missionary, doggy style, and cowgirl. It can also involve a range of sexual acts, such as kissing, touching, and oral sex. While it is typically performed between a man and a woman, sexual intercourse can also occur between two people of the same gender, or between multiple partners.

Despite its popularity, sexual intercourse can also pose risks, such as unwanted pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and emotional trauma. It is important for individuals engaging in sexual intercourse to practice safe sex and communicate openly with their partner(s) about their sexual health and boundaries.

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