XoXoXoXo77 answered Sunday August 12 2007, 5:47 am: 1. it doesnt matter how you sit or stand.. you can both be sitting(he can be behind you, in front of you, next to you), you can be laying down (next to or on top of eachother), or standing (him behind you, next to you, or in front of you).. whatevers comfortable for you
2. it doesnt matter what you wear.. you can wear clothes or no clothes doesnt matter
3. you can kiss him, touch him, or you can do nothing.. usually ppl make out [ XoXoXoXo77's advice column | Ask XoXoXoXo77 A Question ]
AgonyK answered Saturday August 11 2007, 12:16 pm: darl you can lie down on your back and him on top you dont have to wear anything naked the girl just enjoys and releases sex noises.
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laogurl2004 answered Thursday August 9 2007, 8:10 pm: well, when my boyfriend feels me up we are usually sitting or like laying down either me on top or him and well yeh theres not really a specific thing you have to wear in order to be felt up wear whatever makes you comfortable and well i think most of the time people are like making out when this happens :] [ laogurl2004's advice column | Ask laogurl2004 A Question ]
Michele answered Wednesday August 8 2007, 7:09 pm: Well most likely you and the boy would be kissing at the same time, and facing each other. One arm hand, would be feeling, the other would be embracing the girl. The girl does not have to wear anything special in order to be felt up. It happens despite whatever clothing the girl may have on. For hundreds of years now, no matter what women wear, men always find a way to get through.
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