SAFE LUV: Prevention for all sex acts

SAFE LUV:   <br>                                       Prevention for all sex acts

SAFE LUV:
Prevention for all sex acts

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Prevention for all sex acts

Some STDs are curable if diagnosed at an early enough time, while others have no cure and if contracted, will stay with you the rest of your life. One in four people have an STD, but can be even more because some STDs can be treated at home such as Crabs and won’t end up being counted by medical providers. It should be made more known that even with proper condom usage it is still very easily possible to contract an STD. That being said the only real way to stay clear from STDs, as I’m sure you’ve heard before, is to refrain from any sexual contact including oral.

A common misconception is that you cannot get an STD from giving or receiving oral intercourse. This is of course very untrue. There is Gonorrhea of the throat, Herpes, and Genital Warts of the mouth that can all easily be transmitted when engaging in acts of oral. It may also be possible to spread other STDs such as HIV, Syphilis, Crabs, or Scabies this way as well. It is possible to contract certain STDs from kissing such as Herpes from kissing, but with most STDs the chances are pretty slim, but still existent. Condoms are a great way to protect yourself while engaging in sexual acts, but unfortunately aren’t that effective against all STDs. This is why I have created my version of a safe sex kit for this generation.

Dental Dam – Flavored to your oral pleasure, this is most commonly used to perform oral sex on a woman as well as anal oral sex on anyone. You can also cut a small slit in the center of the dental dam, slide it down the penis to base of the penis to avoid touching any of the genital area on a man as well.

Flavored Condom – For oral pleasure without all of the awful taste on a regular condom.

Regular/Magnum Condom – There should always be a separate condom to use for intercourse other than the one used for oral sex just to remain safe. Teeth are sharp as well as hands pulling on the condom during oral sex can cause damage, so just to be safe use a separate condom after.

Lubricant – Stay Wet, less chance of the condom breaking

Finger Cots – Fingernails are one of the most germ filled areas on our bodies. These can be used to protect you from germs and dirt as well as protect your finger if you have a small cut or hang-nail.

Cleansing Cloth – Keep yourself Fresh and Clean anywhere.

Breath Mint – No one appreciates bad breath!

No matter what protection you use it is extremely important that once you have engaged in any kind of sexual activity you should be tested for all STDs on a regular basis to insure protection of yourself and future partners.

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