However, since you did have unprotected sex, you'll want to make sure you do schedule a screening for infections in the next month or so, and that you keep current with those every year after you first become sexually active, even when you are using condoms, though it's obviously even more critical if you aren't.
The opening to the cervix -- called the os -- is incredibly small.
At least two of the characters acknowledge that they are, for better or worse, each other's "family." Some racially/culturally charged jokes, as well as many jokes at the expense of little people As a rule, the characters are pretty reprehensible. Even though he's hardly a shining example of sense and practicality (he doesn't even pack a coat for Chicago in the winter), he's extremely good-hearted, he loves Christmas unabashedly, and absolutely nothing gets him down.Main character has sex several times, with two different women. A prostitute is hired to "de-virginize" a young man. Constant extreme language includes "f--k," "f---ing," "s--t," "bulls--t," "c--k," "p---y," "t-ts," "a--hole," "ass," "bitch," "nutsack," "nuts," "prick," "piss," "d--k," "retard," "moron," "felching," "teabagging," "jizz," "goddamn," "God" (as an exclamation), etc. Expect tons of sexual content: The main character (played by Billy Bob Thornton) has sex with more than one woman and finds himself in other sexual situations.Language is also extremely strong and pretty much constant; just about every word under the sun is heard, including "f--k," "s--t," and more.The main character is an alcoholic who's frequently shown drinking, drunk, vomiting, and even stealing liquor. Expect tons of sexual content: The main character (played by Billy Bob Thornton) has sex with more than one woman and finds himself in other sexual situations.
Plus, there's frequent graphic sex talk, and testicles are shown at one point.A lack of figurative language is apparently universal across his species, and in the movie it serves as little more than a running gag.Drax no more represents an autistic experience than Groot represents a nonverbal experience, because both are completely fantastical characters who only connect back to real disability experiences if the audience is actively willing to apply those experiences to the characters.What they're missing is that sperm is the important part of semen with pregnancy: the rest of those fluids are basically just there to keep sperm viable and to help get it to the cervical opening.In other words, semen is basically just giving sperm a ride: it doesn't need to stick around once it drops the sperm off.It can dilate to a much larger size when a woman is going to deliver an infant, can be dilated for medical procedures by a healthcare provider, and it does get a little bit larger during certain times in your fertility cycle -- it's a little more open during menstruation and ovulation -- but overall, it's seriously teeny.