sex play

sex′ play`


n.
erotic caressing, esp. as a prelude to sexual intercourse.
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Blue Ribbon Boys modernizes sexual health messaging by asking Hornet users to be more mindful about their sex play given the effective prevention options at their disposal.
She warned people against buying "second-rate items" in case it put them off sex play.
She suggests a variety of sex play and encourages men to make sex a more attractive option for a woman by broadening their sexual techniques beyond intercourse.
Many couples feel anxious about getting started with new sex play but Trina Read suggests that you start off gently and see where that ends up taking you.
I thought it would sound silly if I called my talk 'Spider Sex Play,'" Pruitt said, "but that's essentially what it is.
WORKING WOMEN: The fairer sex play key role in families and the economy
Sexual Giving-In Experience survey (SGIE): This questionnaire asked women to estimate the percentage of times (0-100%) when, in such a situation, they had voluntarily given in to unwanted dancing, kissing, sex play, oral sex, or intercourse.
Extended sex play before insertion is always helpful even if discomfort isn't severe.
A lot of people enjoy mild sadomasochistic sex play - but the problem here is that you don't.
IT IS a sex play dealing with bondage, domination and sado-masochism.
Many gay men's organisations in the US, UK, Canada, Australia and other developed countries have taken a pleasure approach to HIV prevention and teach men how to make condoms feel better and integrate them into sex play.
Children and sex play a dual role in constructing the law's vision of gender: they are sometimes seen as necessary to, and sometimes as constraints on, women's ability to achieve economic parity with men, psychic peace for themselves, and respect and status in their social interactions.