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Sexual intercoorse in the meessionar poseetion, the maist common human sex poseetion,[1][2] depictit bi Édouard-Henri Avril

Sexual intercoorse, or coitus or copulation, is principally the insertion an thrustin o the penis, uisually when erect, intae the vagina for sexual pleisur, reproduction, or baith.[3]

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  1. Keath Roberts (2006). Sex. Lotus Press. p. 145. ISBN 8189093592. Retrieved August 17, 2012. 
  2. Wayne Weiten, Margaret A. Lloyd, Dana S. Dunn, Elizabeth Yost Hammer (2008). Psychology Applied to Modern Life: Adjustment in the 21st Century. Cengage Learning. pp. 422–423. ISBN 0495553395. Retrieved Januar 5, 2012. Vaginal intercourse, known more technically as coitus, involves inserting the penis into the vagina and (typically) pelvic thrusting. ... The man-above, or "missionary," position is the most common [sex position]. 
  3. Sexual intercoorse maist commonly means penile-vaginal penetration for sexual pleisur and/or sexual reproduction; dictionar soorces state that it especially means this, an scholarly soorces ower the years agree. See, for example;
    • "Sexual intercourse". Merriam-Webster. Retrieved December 5, 2014. 
    • "Sexual intercourse". Collins English Dictionary. Retrieved September 5, 2012. 
    • Richard M. Lerner, Laurence Steinberg (2004). Handbook of Adolescent Psychology. John Wiley & Sons. pp. 193–196. ISBN 0471690449. Retrieved Aprile 29, 2013. When researchers use the term sex, they nearly always mean sexual intercourse – more specifically, penile-vaginal intercourse... The widespread, unquestioned equation of penile-vaginal intercourse with sex reflects a failure to examine systematically 'whether the respondent's understanding of the question matches what the researcher had in mind.' 
    • Fedwa Malti-Douglas (2007). Encyclopedia of Sex and Gender: A-C. Macmillan Reference. p. 308. ISBN 0028659619. Sexual intercourse. [T]he term coitus indicates a specific act of sexual intercourse that also is known as coition or copulation. This 'coming together' is generally understood in heteronormative terms as the penetration of a woman's vagina by a man's penis. 
    • Irving B. Weiner, W. Edward Craighead (2010). The Corsini Encyclopedia of Psychology. 4. John Wiley & Sons. p. 1577. ISBN 0470170239. Retrieved August 21, 2013. Human sexual intercourse, or coitus, is one of the most common sexual outlets among adults. Sexual intercourse generally refers to penile penetration of the vagina... 
    • Clint E. Bruess, Elizabeth Schroeder (2013). Sexuality Education Theory and Practice. Jones & Bartlett Publishers. p. 152. ISBN 1449649289. Retrieved December 5, 2014. Vaginal sex is defined as when a penis or sex toy is inserted into a vagina for pleasure. In many cultures around the world, vaginal sex is what is usually implied when people refer to 'having sex' or 'sexual intercourse.' It is the most frequently studied behavior and is often the focus of sexuality education programming for youth.