Virgins, Here’s Your Essential Guide To Outercourse Sex

Written by: Yeu-Gynn Yeung

You’ve heard of sexual intercourse. It involves pleasure and penetration. Sexual outercourse does not involve vaginal penetration, so you can have the pleasure without worrying about babies. Honestly, it’s a great option for those who want to keep their virginity or those who simply don’t like penetrative sex as much as… other options. Virgins – this is the sex guide for you. Even if you’re not a virgin, you can use this guide to spice up your sex life. It’s not the kamasutra by any means, but if it makes you feel good, why not?

What exactly is sexual outercourse?

Most couples want to be sexually intimate with each other without the risk of pregnancy. Outercourse sex prevents pregnancy, in a way, because the penis and vagina don’t meet. Hence the sperm is unable to swim to the egg. However, please note that sexual outercourse does not prevent any STDs. If you pleasure your partner in other ways, you’ll still be at risk of STDs, so it’s best if you both get checked with a doctor. With outercourse, you can still be sexually intimate with your partner in other ways besides intercourse, such as by masturbation and kissing. The best part? It’s 100% effective in preventing pregnancy so you won’t panic if your period is just a little late.


How do you have sexual outercourse?

Oooh… you touch my tralala. There are so many ways in which you can have outercourse sex with your partner. Don’t limit your sexual pleasures to just Californication. You can do so much more with your lips, your tongue, and your hands. Let loose and explore!



You’ve probably done this already. Kiss different parts of your partner’s body to explore and stimulate excitement.



Simply rubbing your sexual organs together can create so much sexual tension. Don’t go all the way – just stay outside and grind. Its outercourse, after all.


Stimulation or heavy petting

Touch or stimulate your partner’s sexual organs to create pleasure and make them feel loved. It’s kind of like masturbation, but you do it for your partner and vice versa – like a handjob or spanking, for those who like it.


Role-play/ fantasy

Dress up in a sexy costume for your partner. Play different roles and use your imagination for sexual excitement – such as master and servant. Write erotic poems about each other and talk about your sexual fantasies. It’s always fun when you’re trying out different things together, even for sexual pleasure.


Sex toys

Pretty obvious – you can get these at any shop that specializes in sexual objects. Examples of sex toys are like dildos and vibrators. Use these sex toys to pleasure your partner (or yourself!). Remember to clean them thoroughly after use.


Oral sex

There’s no such thing as a bad blowjob. Use your mouth and tongue on your partner’s sexual organs to stimulate pleasure. To spice it up a bit, try this with different-flavoured condoms. A condom can also prevent any sex-related infection. Durex has one in teh tarik flavor so you can have your dose of sweet delight before heading off for work!


What are the benefits of sexual outercourse?

Outercourse allows you to have utterly satisfying and perfectly safe sexual experiences. When its’ done right, some of you won’t even miss having intercourse. You can even climax via outercourse. Plus, you simply can’t get pregnant because there’s no pathway for the sperm to travel and fertilize the egg. The point is – don’t get semen in the vagina, ever. Don’t even get a drop of precum in because the fluid may contain some sperm too. Just keep this in mind and you’ll be safe.


All right! Outercourse is one way to have safe sexual experiences with your partner. Go out there and explore, darlings! The exciting world of sexual outercourse awaits you! Let us know what’s your favourite experience with your partner.