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frottage

 [frŏ-tazh´]
1. a rubbing movement in massage.

frot·tage

(frō-tahzh'),
1. The rubbing movement in massage.
2. Production of sexual excitement by rubbing against someone.
[F. a rubbing]

frottage

/frot·tage/ (fro-tahzh´) [Fr.] frotteurism.

frottage

(frô-täzh′)
n.
a. The act of rubbing against or touching the body of an unsuspecting person, as in a crowd, to attain sexual gratification.
b. The act of consensual rubbing between two or more people, either clothed or unclothed, to attain sexual gratification.

frottage

[frôtäzh′]
Etymology: Fr, rubbing
1 sexual gratification obtained by rubbing (especially the genital area) against the clothing of another person, as can occur in a crowd.
2 a massage technique using rubbing. Compare masturbation.

frot·tage

(frŏ-tahzh')
1. The rubbing movement in massage.
2. Synonym(s): frotteurism.
[F. a rubbing]

frottage

A male activity in which the unexposed genitals are rubbed against the buttocks or thighs of another person, usually a female stranger, for purposes of sexual gratification. Frottage is engaged in in densely packed crowds, as in rush hour trains. Most frotteurs are sexually or socially inadequate people who cannot achieve a more satisfactory outlet for their desires.
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A number of frottages were based on the long love poem, Island Man, by Brendon Kelly.