What is Intercrural or Interfemoral Sex?
Intercrural or interfemoral sex is a type of sexual activity that involves thrusting between someone’s thighs without penetration. It is also known as thigh sex, dry humping, or frottage. This type of sex can be a great way to explore intimacy and pleasure without the risk of pregnancy or sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
How to Have Intercrural or Interfemoral Sex
To have intercrural or interfemoral sex, both partners need to lie down on their sides facing each other. The person who is going to be thrusting can position their penis or vulva between their partner’s thighs. They can then begin to thrust, using their partner’s thighs to create friction and stimulation.
It is important to communicate with your partner and make sure you are both comfortable with the level of pressure and speed of the thrusting. You can also use your hands to touch and stimulate each other’s bodies.
Why People Enjoy Intercrural or Interfemoral Sex
There are many reasons why people enjoy intercrural or interfemoral sex. For some, it can be a way to explore sexual intimacy without the risk of pregnancy or STIs. It can also be a way to experience pleasure and orgasm without penetration.
Some people may enjoy the sensation of the thighs rubbing against their genitals, while others may enjoy the intimacy and closeness of the position. Intercrural or interfemoral sex can also be a great way to explore different types of sexual activity and find out what works best for you and your partner.
Things to Keep in Mind
While intercrural or interfemoral sex can be a fun and pleasurable activity, there are some things to keep in mind to make sure you and your partner are safe and comfortable:
- Make sure you have consent from your partner before engaging in any sexual activity.
- Use a barrier method, such as underwear or clothing, to prevent the transfer of bodily fluids.
- Communicate with your partner about what feels good and what doesn’t.
- If you or your partner experience any pain or discomfort, stop immediately.
- Remember that intercrural or interfemoral sex does not provide protection against pregnancy or STIs.
Intercrural or interfemoral sex can be a fun and pleasurable way to explore intimacy and pleasure without the risk of pregnancy or STIs. It is important to communicate with your partner and make sure you are both comfortable with the activity. Remember to always prioritize consent and safety in any sexual activity.