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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