Outercourse


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Non-penetrative sexual activity and mutual masturbation
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For older, experienced lovers, outercourse can hurl them back in time, helping them to reclaim the thrill of the forbidden nature of sex.
Outercourse embodies a number of sexual activities, including:
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Mary Daly's Outercourse is as audacious and energetic as her readers have come to expect.
Though Outercourse satisfies readers' curiosity about the basic historical data of Daly's life -- her parentage, family life, education and employment, including her long battle with Boston College -- it has severe limitations as autobiography.
Outercourse is devoid of conversation, and references to friends are somewhat boring -- accounts of who lived in her cabin/house when, who went to dinner with her after what lecture or expressions of gratitude for indexing assistance.
One of the most fascinating and yet disturbing aspects of Outercourse is Daly's absolute certainty that her own voyage has been preordained, that her every step, through the first three spiral galaxies into the fourth, has unfolded necessarily from the last.