Sex without penetration

Sex without penetration

Sex without penetration

Sex without penetration

 

 

Achieving an orgasm is not necessary to get joy and satisfaction from sex. Studies have shown that the repertoire of receptions used by heterosexual couples is quite broad and includes oral sex and sexual stimulation without penetration (commonly referred to as mutual masturbation). More recently, a study in the UK has shown that, after vaginal sex, penetration-free sex is most commonly used.

 

This increase in the practice of sex without penetration is the result of a general change in attitudes toward sex during the 1970s and 1980s, and especially the forms of "safe sex" that prevent the spread of HIV and AIDS.

 

Short copulation

Men can achieve ejaculation quickly - Kinsey found that three quarters of men can ejaculate 2 minutes after the onset of coitus, and some - even after 10-20 seconds. This, in addition to periods of man’s immunity, causes frequent complaints from women about unsatisfactory short sex.Men start after a little training and very quickly reach orgasm, usually leaving the woman unsatisfied.

 

In recent years, however, better sex education and awareness of the emotional needs of men and women led to a change in attitude. Research reveals fewer reports of this kind of sexual intercourse.



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