The partner who is sitting uses his or her hands and fingers typically with a lubricant to slowly stroke the penis or clitoris and other genitals of the partner. It is also done as part of a full repertoire of sexual activity, where it may be used as foreplay,  while, for others, it is the primary sexual activity of choice. Like non-exclusive non-penetrative sex acts, STI transmission varies for exclusively non-penetrative sexual activities; some common STIs transmitted through exclusively non-penetrative sex acts, and how they are contracted, are the following: . Frottage is the general term for the act of rubbing any part of the body, including the buttocks, the breasts, abdomen, thighs, feet, hands, legs and sexual organs against the sexual organ of another person; this is done whether naked or clothed and is more commonly known as dry humping or dry sex. In partnered manual genital stroking to reach orgasm or expanded orgasm, both people focus on creating and experiencing an orgasm in one person. The term heavy petting covers a broad range of foreplay activities, typically involving some genital stimulation, but not the direct act of penetrative sexual intercourse. Although the risks associated with non-penetrative sex acts are significantly less than those associated with penetrative sex, there are still risks that can occur. With regard to non-exclusive non-penetrative sex acts, the risks somewhat increase because there is penetration either of the vagina, anus or mouth and there is the potential for bodily fluids semen, vaginal secretions, saliva to be exchanged.
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