Among American university students, 3.7 percent say that it is "definitely sex" to masturbate while on the phone, while 0.7 percent say that it is "definitely not sex" to engage in penile-vaginal intercourse in which both partners achieve orgasm | Harper's Magazine

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Among American university students, 3.7 percent say that it is “definitely sex” to masturbate while on the phone, while 0.7 percent say that it is “definitely not sex” to engage in penile-vaginal intercourse in which both partners achieve orgasm

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Among American university students, 3.7 percent say that it is “definitely sex” to masturbate while on the phone, while 0.7 percent say that it is “definitely not sex” to engage in penile-vaginal intercourse in which both partners achieve orgasm

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