nonpenetrative

nonpenetrative

[nän′pen·ə‚trād·iv]
(geology)
Of a type of deformation, affecting only part of a rock, such as kink bands.
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David Edwards, 62, is charged with attempting to incite a girl aged 13 to engage in penetrative sex acts, attempting to incite a girl aged 13 to engage in nonpenetrative sex acts and engaging in a sexual conversation with a child.
According to the Sentencing Council, Category C covers indecent images which do not show penetrative or nonpenetrative sexual activity.
Now, Holland, of Eslington Court, Gateshead, who has 84 past convictions, although none related to his latest offending, has been locked up for 20 months after he pleaded guilty to one count of attempting to meet a child following grooming and one of attempting to incite a child to engage in nonpenetrative sexual activity.
This finding may not generalize to SMW, however, because SMW often incorporate more nonpenetrative behaviours in their definitions of sex (Horowitz & Spicer, 2013).
After 24 h, nonpenetrative cells on the top chamber were wiped away, and the migrating cells were fixed and stained with 0.1% crystal violet.
There were 61 category B images, defined as showing children involved in nonpenetrative sexual activity.
nonpenetrative forms of sex, such as "very erotic noninsertive
Under the section headed "Other Forms of Cruel and Inhuman Punishment," Shaheed chastised Iran's authorities for meting out the penalty of flogging for "illicit relationships and nonpenetrative homosexual acts."
For early modern writers, the intimate could be fleeting and nonpenetrative (as in the unconsummated desire in Christopher Marlowe's Hero and Leander); nonreproductive (as in the anal pleasures of William Shakespeare's All's Well That Ends Well); surface-level (as in the sadomasochistic skin markings that create pleasure in Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher's The Maid's Tragedy); and experienced not between two individuals but among a group (as in the erotic exchanges of the cloistered nuns imagined in the anonymous The Merry Devil of Edmonton).
The first nonpenetrative offence is deviate sexual assault, which means any sexual contact of the genitals (but not objects) upon the genitals, anus, mouth or hand of the other person, attracting a penalty of up to 7 years' imprisonment unless there is a serious physical injury or use of a deadly weapon, which increases the penalty to between 5 and 15 years' imprisonment: [section][section] 46.2301, 46.3601, 46.3612.
Concerning alternative methods of showing sexual affection, one study found that African Americans regularly forego foreplay in favor of sexual intercourse, thus teaching or encouraging nonpenetrative sex could be a more effective means to delay sex and its corresponding risks than abstinence-only education for African American youth.
(3) Among college students who remained virginal, the 2-year cumulative incidence of HPV was 9.7% in those who reported nonpenetrative sexual contact, but only 1.3% in those who reported no sexual contact whatsoever.