Non-penetrative sex is a form of sexual activity which does not involve penetration of the vagina, anus, or mouth, unlike the more common penetrative sex. Medical professionals accept the term of non-penetrative sex. It is a way to practice safer sex and of birth control as bodily fluids are not exchanged between partners. The form of sex is practised between partners who do not feel ready, are not physically able, cannot or simply do not want to have socially appropriate penetrative sex, but still wish to have a sexual act.
Non-penetrative sex among others includes typesEdit
- Dry humping; the rubbing of genitalias through cloths
- Armpit sex; stimulating the penis in the other person's armpit.
- Erotic massage; rubbing all over the body, with or without oil.
- Handjob; stimulating the penis with the hand.
- Footjob; stimulating genitals with the feet.
- penis-to-penis rubbing.
- penis stimulation between the other partner's thighs.
- penis stimulation between the other partner's buttocks.
- penis stimulation between the other partner's breasts.
- Oral stimulation of nipples.
- Fingering; stimulating the vagina or anus with the fingers.
- Oral sex; the stimulation of the sexual organs by the mouth, tongue, or teeth.
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