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Intercrural sex (from inter- and Latin crura, "legs"), also known as femoral/interfemoral sex/intercourse, is a type of non-penetrative sex, in which a male places the penis between the receiving partner's thighs (often with lubrication) Joan Roughgarden refers to standing, face-to-face intercrural intercourse as the "gay male missionary position" of Ancient Greece in a section of her book Evolution's Rainbow (2004), which draws heavily on Dover.Intercrural sex among men who have sex with men (MSM) is sometimes known as the "Princeton First-Year", the "Oxford Style", the "Oxford rub", or the "Ivy League rub", and is a form of same-gender frottage, or colloquially "frot".A slang term, bareback sex comes from the equestrian term bareback, which refers to the practice of riding a horse without a saddle.It therefore has the connotation of being wild, dangerous, and fun.Bareback gay pornography was standard in "pre-condom" films from the 1970s and early 1980s.As awareness of the risk of AIDS developed, pornography producers came under pressure to use condoms, both for the health of the performers and to serve as role models for their viewers.

Halkitis and Richard Wolitski also found that HIV-positive MSM were more likely to have bareback sex than were HIV-negative MSM.By the early 1990s new pornographic videos usually featured the use of condoms for anal sex.However, beginning in the 1990s, an increasing number of studios have been devoted to the production of new films featuring men engaging in unprotected sex.Early articulations of barebacking generally refer to sex between two HIV-positive men.This poses no risk of infecting an HIV-negative person newly with HIV (though it can cause infection with a new strain of HIV, hastening disease progression).

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