- n sexual stimulation without vaginal penetration
since pregnancy cannot happen if sperm are kept out of the vagina, outercourse is one method of birth control
- Instead of penetration, says Brick, who at 75 remains an active sex educator, outercourse involves other types of pleasuring, such as touching and cuddling.
- Some other terms I picked up in health class I wish to include on the list of acceptable activities: "outercourse," "almost-intercourse," and "Advanced Health Course," which I now .
- It's not just penile and vaginal sex that can transmit STIswhat the sex-ed people call "outercourse" can be enough to transmit these viruses.