If you have never had a boyfriend/girlfriend before, then, of course, the “bases” is just a myth that’s been floating around school. I’m not sure why we use baseball metaphors for sex but we do.
Basically, they’re the levels of sexual intimacy you’ve experienced with your partner.
The real deal is that the goal is to be wherever you are comfortable being. Let’s get down to it and help you figure out what the bases mean: First Base First base usually refers to tongue kissing, which is also called french kissing or frenching.
Keep in mind that sexual activity doesn’t just have to be about how far you can get with someone.Don’t freak out, it’s not as scary as you think, nor does reaching one of the “bases” make you more or less of a person.The four relationship bases When you’re talking to your partner it’s a lot easier to describe your level of sexual experience by using bases.This sequence of "running the bases" is often regarded as a script, or pattern, for young people who are experimenting with sexual relationships.The script may have slightly changed since the 1960s. 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.