Sexual activity without vaginal or anal penetration (as opposed to intercourse). Some practices of outercourse include -
Fingering is the practice of using fingers to stimulate the clitoris, vagina or anus. It is a common form of mutual masturbation. To "finger oneself" is to masturbate in this manner.
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Frottage is sexual activity without sexual penetration that can include any form of sexual rubbing, whether naked or clothed, for sexual arousal or orgasm.
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Intercrural sex (from 'inter-' and Latin 'crura,' legs), also known as femoral/interfemoral sex/intercourse, is a type of intercourse variously regarded as penetrative and non-penetrative sex, in which one partner places his penis between the other partner's thighs (often with lubrication), and thrusts to create friction.
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Axillary intercourse (slang: bagpiping, in reference to the underarm manner in which bagpipes are played; "directing traffic", or "pit-wank", a variant on the more traditional "tit-wank") is a sexual variant where the penis is inserted in the other person's armpit. Contact between the hairs in the armpit and on the penis are an erotic stimulant for some adherents to this practice.
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Mammary intercourse, also known by many slang and colloquial terms, of which three common ones are tit wank or tug job (where the male is passive) and titty fuck (where he is not), is a form of so-called "outercourse" (sex with a partner but without penetration). In this sex act, a man's penis is placed on the intermammary sulcus, squeezed between a woman's breasts and stimulated with an up and down sliding motion, sometimes with the aid of a sexual lubricant.
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Mutual masturbation is a sexual act where two or more people stimulate themselves or one another sexually, usually with the hands. This may be done in situations where the participants do not feel ready, physically able, it is socially appropriate, or simply do not wish to have full sexual intercourse, but still wish to have a mutual sexual act. It is also done as part of the full repertoire of sexual intercourse, where it may be used as an interlude, a form of foreplay or simply as an alternative activity to penetration. For some, it is the primary sexual activity of choice above all others because it enables the individuals to see face to face and leaves the hands free to caress, as seen in frottage (see below).
Mutual masturbation can be practiced by those of all sexual orientations. If used as an alternative to penile-vaginal penetration, the aim may be to preserve virginity or to prevent pregnancy. Some may choose it because it achieves sexual satisfaction without penetration, possibly seeing it as an alternative to casual sex.
The techniques of mutual masturbation resemble those of simple masturbation, with the exception that other persons are involved. The range of participation can be as simple as two participants masturbating in the same room at the same time without any physical contact to a group of people all stimulating one another. In the case of two participants, one partner may stimulate the other, each partner may stimulate the other, or one may stimulate both themselves and their partner.
Mutual masturbation might result in one or more of the partners achieving orgasm. If no bodily fluids are exchanged (as is common), mutual masturbation is a form of safer sex, and greatly reduces the risk of transmission of sexual diseases. As such, it was encouraged among gay men by some safer sex organizations in the wake of the AIDS outbreak of the 1980s, as an alternative to anal or oral sex.
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