What is the Difference Between Coupling and Sexual Intercourse?

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What is the difference between coupling and sexual intercourse? Both involve penetration of the vagina by the penis. Sex is often used as an euphemism for coupling. In both cases, the purpose of coupling is the same: to make love and to have a relationship. Here is a look at what each one entails. Both are sexual activities, and both are acceptable.

In the Buddhist tradition, the term pair refers to two objects of the same kind or to something that connects two things. In the same sense, a link is two people joined together in marriage. In other words, a link and coupling go hand in hand. In the context of Tantra, a link is a magnetic field and a pair is two forces acting in parallel but opposite directions. In Western culture, marriage is the joining of two people.