Definitions for outercourseˈaʊ tərˌkɔrs, -ˌkoʊrs

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

out•er•courseˈaʊ tərˌkɔrs, -ˌkoʊrs(n.)

  1. sexual activity between two or more people that does not involve penetration.

    Category: Common Vocabulary

Origin of outercourse:

1990–95; see intercourse

Princeton's WordNet

  1. outercourse(noun)

    sexual stimulation without vaginal penetration

    "since pregnancy cannot happen if sperm are kept out of the vagina, outercourse is one method of birth control"

Wiktionary

  1. outercourse(Noun)

    Sexual activity without vaginal or anal penetration.

  2. Origin: A punning opposite of intercourse.

Freebase

  1. Non-penetrative sex

    Non-penetrative sex or outercourse is sexual activity that usually does not include sexual penetration. It generally excludes the penetrative aspects of vaginal, anal or oral sexual activity, but includes various forms of sexual and non-sexual activity, such as frottage, mutual masturbation, kissing or cuddling. Some definitions of the activity, particularly when termed outercourse, include penetrative aspects, especially oral sex. People engage in non-penetrative sex for a variety of reasons, including as a form of foreplay or as a primary or preferred sexual activity. Heterosexual couples may engage in the activity as an alternative to penile-vaginal penetration, to preserve virginity, or as a form of birth control. Gay and lesbian couples may also engage in the activity to preserve virginity, with gay males using it as an alternative to anal penetration.

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