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coitus interruptus:

Or: interrupted-coitus , a doubtful contraceptive method consisting in withdrawing the penis from the vagina before ejaculation . Although it is the oldest known form of contraception, withdrawal is unreliable as a birth-control method; it is considered, at best, 75% effective because seminal-fluid may be emitted without sensation before ejaculation . In Australia, it is called: getting-off at Redfern , in Britain: getting out at Gastshead , the Irish and Irish Americans say: to leave-before-the-gospel .
Etymology: From the Latin coitus , copulation , and interruptus , interrupted.
Synonyms: French-method ; interrupted-coitus ; onanism ; pulling-out ; withdrawal-method .
See Also: a tergo, Browning sister, coital, coiture, coitus a posteriori, coitus a tergo, coitus acceptus, coitus fear, coitus incompletus, coitus interruptus, coitus more ferarum, coitus pluvius, coitus siccus, coitus sodomus, copulating, French method, get off at Redfern, getting of at Gateshead, interrupted coitus, jump off/out at..., leave before the gospel, onanism, Post coitum triste omni est, pull out, pulling out, sexarche, titillatione mammarum, vaginal urination, withdrawal method, works, the

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