“Outercourse” Anyone? 6 Ways to Be Sexual Without Penetration

Written by on February 2, 2017 in Conscious Living, Relationships & Sex with 7 Comments

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By Teresa Newsome | Bustle.com

Believe it or not, there’s more to sexytimes than you may think. There areplenty of ways to be sexual that don’t involve intercourse or penetration. But why, you ask, would someone want to forgo the typical no-pants dance in favor of more seemingly adolescent activities? Well, there are a ton of reasons, actually.

Maybe you have a wicked UTI. Maybe you’re saving yourself for Jake Gyllenhaal (or Maggie). Maybe you’re not into period sex. Maybe you’re just not ready to go the full Monty yet but you still want some together time. Or maybe you just want what you want and your reasons are nobody else’s business (you go, girl). No matter the reasons, there are so many ways to get it on without getting it in. In fact, you don’t even have have to take your clothes off to have a good time. Unless you want to.

According to Planned Parenthood, outercourse has a whole host of definitions. It’s basically anything your imagination can conjure up that doesn’t involve penetration. And a whole host of benefits. It’s free, it doesn’t involve mixing fluids together (for the most part), it has a low rate of pregnancy, and it can be a really intimate bonding experience. Here are six ways to be sexual and intimate that don’t involve penetration.

1. Frottage

Frottage is a fancy word for good old-fashioned dry humping. According to Planned Parenthood, this form of outercourse doesn’t involve mixing fluids together, so it has a it has a low rate of pregnancy, and it can be a really intimate bonding experience. While men can achieve orgasm through this method, it’s also especially good for clitoral stimulation in women.

2. Serious Makeout Sesh

Never underestimate the sexual power of a serious makeout session. Long bouts of kissing can be very intimate and satisfying. While you’re making out, you can stimulate your sexy parts with you hands, toys, bedding, or the non-genital body parts of your partner. Or you can just make out all hot and heavy until your lips need medical attention. And, according to CNN, kissing is heart healthy, mood boosting, and even helps prevent cavities. All good things.

3. Skype Sex

It’s pretty hard to experience penetration when you and your partner are located in different parts of the world. Well, penetration that involves you parts entering your partner’s parts, anyway. That doesn’t mean you can’t have a meaningful and satisfying sexual relationship. Ask any couple a long distance relationship. They will probably tell you that their situation isn’t sexless at all. In fact, some studies suggest that people in long distance relationships have even closer relationships than those in the same location, according to Lifehack. Technology like Skype and FaceTime means you can be together without physically being together. Sexy talk, voyeurism, and even toys connected to phone apps let you get your freak on over the phone. Or Computer. Or Tablet.


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  1. 404749406391701@facebook.com' Lucky Tucker says:

    About time.

  2. 846414435380494@facebook.com' Revolution de Mind says:

    Who else loves this ?

  3. 865255813582089@facebook.com' Dinah Briggs says:

    Very good post, read.

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  5. 375331155877216@facebook.com' Paladin Gunny says:

    Good luck to all the fat people out there

  6. paulblart270@gmail.com' Paul says:

    I thought it was worth mentioning that there’s a private group in Austin and San Fransisco that has a unique culture called sfc (sexual fox culture). It emphasizes friendship and sexuality without intercourse.

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