What do we do when we’re finally alone with our sexual partner, very in the mood and eager to start AND finish things off but don’t have a condom?
Well, whether or not you’re just rubbing against that special spot, or other methods, there are other ways that can get you to achieve the orgasm or ejaculation that you’re searching for.
5 Ways To Achieve Sexual Satisfaction Without Intercourse
HAND JOBS, FINGERING, & SEX TOYS
- Depending on your comfort level, there are multiple options to explore. If you’re open to self pleasure, there is always the old school method of using your fingers to help yourself get to completion while your partner participates. Good old, Rosie palm and the 5 sisters can always be handy…
- If you’re looking for an alternative way to achieve ejaculation or orgasmic satisfaction, you can go with the classic hand job. But if you’re looking to spice thing up a bit, the Tenga Egg is a great alternative for male masturbation. It’s an egg shaped silicone device with a hole on the bottom used for inserting lube and your penis. They come in different textures for different experiences. Each egg is filled with lube to enhance your hand-job. Perhaps the best part about this, if giving yourself an orgasmic hand-job wasn’t enough, you can ejaculate into the egg and either wash it out, or throw it away and try a different one for a different hand-job experience.
- If you’re looking for a more upbeat and engaging way to give or receive pleasure, you can also try the LELO Siri 2, which is a new sound-responsive sex toy that can stimulate you to the beat of your favorite songs. A little singing and stimulating never hurt nobody. If you’re in the mood for something more luxurious in the sense of personal pleasure, there’s also the LIV 2 which offers internal and external stimulation to get you to your climax.
- If you have difficulty getting in the mood by yourself, or just need a little extra mental boost, watching pornography together can help facilitate mental stimulation, which can lead to both penile and vaginal arousal.
- While oral sex such as blow jobs and cunnilingus (or as commonly known as eating out, and I don’t mean Chinese food) do involve bodily fluids and more often than not do not include condoms, there is a significantly less risk of pregnancy through oral pleasure than intercourse as there is no penile vaginal contact. Keep in mind that you can still get virtually almost any STD through oral sex. Oral sex is pleasurable in different ways depending on the individual, so it is important to be responsive, open and understanding to your partners likes and dislikes.
Sexual activity is not fool-proof, even if you don’t have intercourse. You still need to be aware of STI’s and pregnancy despite the lack of vaginal/penile penetration.
Dry humping without underwear on, using or sharing sex toys or touching yourself and then your partner can exchange one another’s bodily fluids.
- Anytime that your genitals are exposed to another person’s bodily fluids (semen, vaginal fluid, saliva, or blood) you can be at risk of sexually transmitted infections. With oral sex, you also run the risk of STI transmission , after all, bacteria and viruses like warm, wet places like mouths and genitals. In order to be most efficient with your STI screenings, make sure to wait 2 weeks after your last exposure to receive testing for bacterial infections and 3 months to be tested for HIV. Herpes will typically show symptoms relatively soon after it is contracted, but can take up to 6 weeks to appear after transmission or even longer!
- Bottom line: If you think you may have been exposed to an infection of any kind through sexual contact make sure to go to a doctor to have it properly diagnosed and make sure to let your partner know. If sexually active, routine STI testing every 3-6 months is best for your sexual health, depending on your activity.
- Whenever you come in contact with bodily fluids, there is a possibility that pregnancy and STI transmission may take place. If you are worried you may become pregnant, taking Plan B One Step, or other emergency contraceptive pills can be used as a last resort contraception option for up to 72 hours after exposure. Emergency contraceptives do not protect against STI’s.
*Please note: Any body part or sex toy that comes in contact with another person’s bodily fluids can put your body at risk for STI transmission, if you have any questions or concerns please ask a medical provider.
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