Intercrural Sex

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A type of intercourse generally regarded as non-penetrative sex, in which a male partner places his penis between a male or female partner's thighs, and thrusts to create friction and achieve orgasm. Because there is no anal or vaginal penetration; intercrural sex is regarded as a safe sexual practise
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Dover endorsed the popular view that Greek homosexuality was almost exclusively intergenerational (as illustrated, for instance, by the front cover of Thomas Scanlon's 2000 book, Eros and Greek Athletics, which shows a red-figure decoration on a late 6th-century BCE Athenian cup), adding that intercrural intercourse, in which the younger partner remained standing and unaroused and did not adopt a submissive posture, was the preferred mode of sexual contact between males.

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