noncoital

noncoital

(ˌnɒnˈkəʊɪtəl)
adj
not involving sexual intercourse
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Sexual pain disorders include dyspareunia, vaginismus and noncoital sexual pain disorder.
Variations in coital and noncoital sexual repertoire among adolescent women.
1027, 1041-42 (1994) ("Even if the Court found that noncoital
A heterosexual coital contact was only considered But not a homosexual contact or a noncoital sex.
The researchers concluded that exposure to degrading music lyrics is related to advancement in sexual activities, i.e., intercourse and noncoital behaviors.
Early chapters unearth how interviewees initially learnt about sex and the bodies of others, internalized past sexual ethics (especially with regards to premarital and post-marital sex), and negotiated their willingness to engage in noncoital sexual activity with one another.
It gives youngsters a false sense of security, helps them think that rubbers are absolutely safe, and encourages them to resort to intercourse father than to noncoital methods of sex.
939, 1033 (1986) ("In the final analysis, the impact of noncoital technology on women depends on how it is used more than on what it is."); see also Woolfrey, supra note 30, at 129-30, 134-37 (evaluating Firestone's arguments in light of recent developments in ectogenesis).
If the moral right to reproduce presumptively protects coital reproduction, then it should protect noncoital reproduction as well.
2003) ("If procreation were a necessary component of civil marriage, our statutes would draw a tighter circle around the permissible bounds of nonmarital child bearing and the creation of families by noncoital means.').
(18.) Lindberg LD, Jones R and Santelli JS, Noncoital sexual activities among adolescents, Journal of Adolescent Health, 2008, 43(3):231-238.