No matter your pleasure preferences, we’ve all heard the term intercourse at some stage in our lives. In its simplest form, intercourse is the physical, sexual contact between two or more people.
But have you heard about outercourse before?
This particular type of pleasure is a sexual activity where people give their partner or partners non-penetrative sexual pleasure – with consent, of course. This specific type of pleasure is subjective for each person. For instance, some might consider everything except the physical penetration of a penis in a vagina as outercourse. But some might exclude the use of fingers, toys or even anal.
If you’re curious to learn more about this type of pleasure and how you can incorporate it into your bedroom, then you’re in luck. We’re going to do a deep dive into all things outercourse in today’s blog.
But wait, isn’t it just foreplay?
While you may think that outercourse is just a fancy name for foreplay, these two terms are actually quite different.
Foreplay alludes to the concept that you start with external pleasure like kissing, sucking or even role-playing, but it often leads to penetration of some kind. Penetrative sex will, almost always, follow foreplay.
Outercourse, however, starts and ends without penetration. For example, you might use a mens masturbator to help work towards an orgasm, all without physical penetration.
So what activities fall under outercourse?
There are many different sexual activities that can fall under outercourse. A great way to get started is to explore your partner’s erogenous zones through kissing, light stroking or even a gentle pinch. This allows you and your partner to explore what turns you both on, as well as discover which body parts you can both focus on for intense pleasure.
If your definition of outercourse includes masturbation, then why not mutually masturbate with your partner? This type of outercourse is inclusive of touching each other’s genitals at the same time, or even giving yourself intense pleasure while staring into your partner's eyes. Mutual masturbation is a fantastic way to understand how your partner likes to receive pleasure on a deeper level.
How will outercourse benefit your pleasure?
There are many ways outercourse can increase your pleasure in the bedroom. For starters, outercourse gives you the opportunity to explore different kinks and role play, such as the use of blindfolds or gags, restraints and even a whip or paddle.
Through outercourse, you can still get your dose of pleasure but without the risk of falling pregnant, as there’s no penetration. And if you experience painful penetrative sex, or are menstruating, then outercourse can be an excellent avenue for experiencing pleasure without discomfort.
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