Non-reproductive sex  

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Non-reproductive sex is sex which does not lead to reproduction.

The notion of non-reproductive sex is tied in with contraception, which enables non-reproductive sex and denies sexual reproduction. Other related concepts are homosexuality and sexual fetishes.

Non-reproductive sex is frowned upon in Christian views on sexuality.

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