Lightweight. This phrase emanates from boxing. A lightweight is a boxer who fights at a weight of 130 to 135 pounds. It can also be used to denigrate somebody’s abilities in sex and drinking. With the latter, a lightweight may get drunk on one or two beers or glasses of wine. The lightweight is scoffed at by his or her buddies. When a man describes a woman as a sexual lightweight, she is timid, fearful and wants to avoid heavy sexual involvement. When a woman refers to a man as a sexual lightweight, he may be a little too quick on the draw or he may be have a deficiency in his equipment.
date with a woman, he may have a tough time knowing whether she wants sex or not, so he applies the full court press by starting to kiss her and then use his hands on her body. This only works if she is giving signals that she wants the man to touch her. If the man has a hard time understanding her signals and he tries this when she doesn’t want him to proceed, it will almost certainly be the couple’s last date.
Back In The Saddle Again. This applies to horse racing for a jockey who has been away from the track due to injury or other reasons. When he returns, he is back in the saddle again. If a couple has been separated or hasn’t engaged in sex for a period of time and then resumes their activity, the man is said to be back in the saddle again.