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Do you always practice safe sex?

Sex is a part of life. In fact, without sex there wouldn’t really be any life, but reproduction certainly isn’t on the mind for the majority of people partaking in the bumping of uglies. Whether you’re in a committed relationship or Eddie Murphy status, how one partakes in creating the double-backed beast comes into question. Does one practice safe sex, complete with the latex wonder of condoms or other forms of reproductive health options? Or do you just lose yourself in the heat of the moment and the trust in your partner? Basically—do you practice safe sex?

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Yeah, sex is great and all, but have you ever heard of chlamydia? Herpes? Pregnancy, maybe? These and plenty of other consequences can happen when one does not take the proper precautions prior to partaking in any type of sexual activity. There’s also plenty of methods at one’s disposal—condoms, dental dams, the pill (as well as a plethora of other birth control choices). It’s all about taking the time to do your research and choosing whichever method feels right for you. 

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If you choose to be sexually active, there are ways in which you and whomever you choose to have sex with can still have fun while being safe. Happy banging!

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Some people argue that safe sex is not only time-consuming, but sometimes it's just not feasible. Birth control can be very expensive depending on coverage (or lack thereof), and, quite frankly, sometimes when you’re in the heat of the moment, you’re just not thinking about pausing to whip out protection and then continue with the proceedings. There are those that argue how some safe sex practices even take away from the pleasure in a sexual experience entirely. 

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Some would also argue that you should only have sex with someone you trust completely—someone whose health history you’re familiar with, who you want to have kids with, etcetera—or simply not at all. Whatever you choose to do, remember, it takes two (or however many…oeer) to tango, and you’re obviously one of the two—it’s your decision what to do or what not to do. Keep it comfortable and keep communication open. 

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Do you always practice safe sex?
A festive crown for the winner
#AlwaysUseProtection
#NotAlwaysProtected