Why would I want to do that?
You might want to do this in order to:
- Reduce the risk of sexually transmitted diseases
- Reduce the risk of pregnancy
- Save intercourse for later
- Be intimate when you can't have intercourse because of health issues
- Deny your partner an orgasm
- Try something new and hot
Yes, it's true; some women and men are turned on by the idea of not letting the man come during sex. However, these practices don't require the man not to come. He can still get off, if that's what's desired.
OK, Vickie, but are these practices really sex?
The practices I'm referring to are known as non-penetrative sex. They are also sometimes called outercourse. Some of them come under the name of frottage.
But what is it exactly, Vickie?
Non-penetrative sex acts (outercourse) include:
- Talking dirty
- Phone sex, text sex, etc.
- Nipple play
- Stroking yourself (masturbation)
- Stroking your partner (mutual/shared masturbation, handjob)
- Rubbing the external parts of the female genitalia (vulva, clitoris) with hands, foot, penis, etc.
- Rubbing the penis with hands, foot, breasts, thighs, buttocks, vulva, anal entrance, etc.
- Frottage ("dry humping")
Still not sure non-penetrative sex can be hot? Check out this video featuring porn star Liza Harper.
Do you practice non-penetrative sex? If so, what do you do and why? Tell us about it in the comments below. You can do it anonymously if you want.