If one person puts their hands or mouth on the other person’s genitals, they’re on third base.
Zach totally went to second base with Kaitlin, Brittany and David scored on first and Jordan totally hit a home run!! Third Base Traditionally, at third base sexual play below the waist enters the picture.
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.
So, everyone is talking about who went to what base and it’s leaving you kinda clueless, right? Interesting trivia: In France they call this a “lover’s kiss.” In another odd sports metaphor, some call french kissing “playing tonsil hockey.” Source: Shutterstock” title=”baseball-bat” width=”200″ height=”167″ class=”alignright size-medium wp-image-69692″ /Second Base Second base is touching, kissing and sexual activity that takes place while still fully clothed.
"I got to second base with that girl yesterday." "I didn't think I had a chance, but I made it to third base with her last night." One of the other answers has provided a nice link to the Wikipedia entry for baseball metaphors for sex.
The sexual contact associated with each base has evolved dramatically since I was a teenager, although "home base" or "home run" has always meant intercourse, and "first base" has always meant kissing or snogging.
In other words, fingering, a hand job or oral sex is third base.