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What does the term ‘incestuous’ mean? | Infidelity forum

An article on Infidelity Forum says that the term “incestuously” can mean anything from having sex with a partner to having sex that isn’t consensual.

A number of the comments are saying the term is offensive.

The terms “incested,” “incubated,” “cum on someone,” and “cum on someone” are all terms used in infidelity forums.

The term “cubic centimeters” is also a term used in the forum, though the forum does not specifically list it.

Some of the other terms on the forum include “cubs,” “moles,” “gags,” and a variety of other sexual innuendo.

The post, “How do you explain this?” says that some women are using the term to refer to having anal sex, having anal intercourse, and having sex outside of a committed relationship.

Others say that they are referring to the act of having vaginal sex.

The comments are posted as a response to a forum post about anal sex that describes the term.

“I’ve been having anal for two weeks now, and I just feel like there’s no such thing as a ‘natural’ way to have anal sex,” one person wrote.

“It’s an act of violence.

It’s not a natural thing.”

Other people are using it to refer specifically to having vaginal intercourse.

Another person wrote, “I’m not sure why you’d use it to describe anal sex but, anyway, I just felt like using it like you did, so that’s why I put it in.”

A third person wrote that they “don’t know if it’s true that they were saying anal or vaginal sex,” and another said, “The term ‘cum on your partner’ just isn’t appropriate, either.”

A fourth person wrote about their “intimate partner” who has been “trying to explain the term” to them, and they “haven’t understood what you’re saying at all.”

The post reads, “It has been a month since I last used the term but I’ve never used it to talk about a relationship in a positive way, and now it’s become the go-to term for those who have had intercourse.”

One person wrote “I don’t want to hear it because I’m not a virgin,” and said, “[I] have had sex with three women and the word ‘cum’ is the most inappropriate word for a relationship.

It makes them feel guilty.”

Another person said, “(It’s) just a dirty word and the only reason it’s being used is because someone is trying to protect themselves.”

“It is still taboo for some women to talk to someone who has had intercourse,” another person wrote in the post.

“The only way to get past this taboo is to use other words, like ‘sexually experienced,’ or ‘sex in a committed manner,’ or even ‘vaginal.'”

Others have said that “cum” can be used in situations where sex has not taken place, or where sexual acts have not been consensual.

One woman said, in the thread, “What about having sex in a bed, and then not knowing what happened?”

Others have described the term as an “incredibly dirty word,” and as “inappropriate.”

“I think that it’s a very dangerous word to use,” one woman wrote.

Another wrote, “[It’s] an insult to the person who did this.

It is an insult for anyone who was involved in sexual activity, not just the people involved in sex.”

“We’re seeing that it doesn’t just impact women, but that it affects men too,” another wrote.

One person said that they do not use the term in a sexual context because it is “a dirty word that women are afraid to talk” and that “it makes a man look like he’s being a bad person.”

Another woman wrote, in a post on the Infidelity Forums, that “in the context of having an intimate relationship, the word does not exist.”

The Infidelity forums are a popular online forum where people discuss relationships, sexual behavior, and how they deal with infidelity.

In response to the post, one person asked, “When are we going to have our first true conversation about the word?”

Another said, on the forums, “This is the best place to be a woman because we are so open and honest about all our feelings and experiences, and there are no boundaries.”

The forum was created in 1999 and was founded by Susan Cain, who died in 2017.