Firstbase and dating
"It helps to focus on having fun throughout, instead of doing what it takes to reach the 'goal' of orgasm.
If you're not taking pleasure in the journey — or at least indulging some curiosity — then why keep going?
The script may have slightly changed since the 1960s.
Kohl and Francoeur state that with the growing emphasis in the 1990s on safe sex to expand sex beyond heterosexual penetrative intercourse, the "home run" has taken on the additional dimension of oral sex.
In the mid-twentieth century it acquired another more specific meaning as well: to reach the first stage of petting, which is kissing.
We're all familiar with that tired and overused baseball metaphor — you know, the one that equates sexual advances between girls and guys as "bases."It goes like this: First base is a hot and heavy makeout session.
A similar example can be found in Billy Joel's song "Zanzibar" in which he compares himself to Pete Rose and sings the lines "Me, I'm trying just to get to second base and I'd steal it if she only gave the sign.
She's gonna give the go ahead, the inning isn't over yet for me." Trace Adkins's 2006 song "Swing" is based on the same concept.
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That mentality is especially influential when we're young, just beginning to explore sex in the context of peer pressure and desires to fit in.
With sex quickly becoming the goal in and of itself, young people can feel the need to lose their virginity because everyone else is — and perhaps jump into bed before they're ready or truly want to.
Second base is all hands with the guy making his way up the girl's shirt.
Third base is oral and a home run is well, doing the deed.