There are lots of more fun ways to experience your partner sexually while avoiding penetration.
There is this general misunderstanding that you have to actually have intercourse to have awesome sex, but the truth is, you can actually have wonderful physical intimacy with your partner while not penetrating.
You can do it in so many ways than just the “penis-in-the-vagina” routine. Here’s how to enjoy sex with your partner without penetration.
1. Having oral sex
This is a great way to give your partner an amazing orgasm with no penetration. Most people feel like oral sex is for foreplay only, but why not make it the main event? It is that great, after all! Take turns pleasuring your partner with your tongue and letting them do the same for you, or try the sixty-nine position and give each other simultaneous oral sex.
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So, if you think oral sex doesn’t work for you, think about masturbation. This is not the flying solo kind, but the masturbating your partner with your hands kind. This is better known as fingering and giving a handjob. Lots of people avoid this type of stimulation when they’re getting it on with their lovers because they feel like that manual stimulation is actually boring.
3. Using sex toys
If penetration of any kind is out of the question, a clitoris vibrator can definitely come into play. This is a great way to give a woman an orgasm when avoiding intercourse, especially if oral sex or fingering isn’t your thing. Instead of letting her take care of herself with the vibrator, take care of it for her.
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Don’t just assume that the quick kiss you gave your lover before work will suffice – if you’re not having sex, take some time to have a really great and satisfying make-out session with your partner. Kiss your lover deeply and slowly, with no regard to how much time you have or what is going to come next. Simply enjoy the kissing experience for what it is and encourage your partner to do the same.
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