Babie sex

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When girls and boys reach puberty, their bodies start to change and become more mature. From this time, if a male and a female have sexual intercourse often called 'making love', or 'sleeping with someone' , it is possible that the girl could get pregnant, ie. They form in the testes. These sperm are looking for an ovum or egg to fertilise. When a female is born she carries thousands of ova or eggs ready to use when she becomes adult. Once a month, the female releases an ovum one egg or sometimes two ova.

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