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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There were 61 category B images, defined as showing children involved in nonpenetrative sexual activity.
Bromley posits that anilingus, "as a nonpenetrative, nongenital practice," is not "organized around subjectivity" and that early modern representations of it "imagine the possibility and the pleasures of depersonalized intimacy.
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.
Our program integrated in-session and at-home mindfulness practice with psychoeducation about PVD pathophysiology, and sex therapy skills and discussion of nonpenetrative pleasuring.
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).
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.
Contemporary literature equated the practice with masturbation and decried both, although the descriptions of the former are often so broad as to suggest not only coitus interruptus but all forms of nonpenetrative sex.
The intervention, delivered in two 4-hour workshops, focused on fostering ethnic and gender pride (to enhance self-esteem, self-awareness, and self-worth), increasing awareness of healthy and unhealthy relationships (to address the link between abuse and sexually transmitted infections [STIs]), and introducing a package of safer-sex options known as AMOUR (Abstain from unsafe sex and douching; Mutual stimulation, meaning nonpenetrative sex; Oral sex with protection; Uninfected partners, referring to ensuring that partners do not have STIs; and Regular condom use and reduction of number of partners).
Transmission through nonpenetrative sexual contact was demonstrated between the female anus and the scrotum, as well as the female hand and male genitals.
Women and health care providers have had to make two paradigm shifts around cervical cancer: firstly, although most HPV infections clear naturally, persistent infection with particular genotypes of a virus are responsible for most cases of cervical cancer (including the less common adenocarcinoma), (6) and secondly, close contact (as in both penetrative and nonpenetrative sex) is the main mode of infection.
Moreover, among women whose partners used condoms all of the time, the decrease in the risk of HPV infection did not vary by whether or not the women also had unprotected, nonpenetrative genital contact with their partners.
Currently, this is best accomplished by using male or female condoms, although some sexual behaviors (such as nonpenetrative sex) can also reduce risk.