Outercourse and Abstinence

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100% effective at preventing pregnancy, hormone-free, and requires no medical intervention.

Outercourse and abstinence are two distinct but related methods of birth control. Abstinence refers to refraining from any sexual activity that involves vaginal penetration, ensuring complete prevention of pregnancy. Outercourse, on the other hand, involves engaging in sexual activities that don’t involve vaginal penetration, such as kissing, mutual masturbation, and body rubbing. Both methods are entirely effective in preventing pregnancy and require no hormonal or medical intervention. They are accessible options for anyone at any time but do require self-control and clear communication between partners. While abstinence offers complete protection against sexually transmitted infections (STIs), outercourse may still carry some risk of STI transmission, depending on the activities involved.