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    December 11, 2016

    The Essential Guide for Conducting Safe Sex

    It is important for you to know how to practice safe sex. Many people are still unaware that there are many sexual diseases and dangerous infection that is spread through sex. The average safe sex to prevent pregnancy, but out there there are many sexual diseases serious enough to threaten you. Safe sex includes not only vaginal intercourse, but also oral sex, and anal sex.

    What should be known to practice safe sex?

    Condom is used as a prevention against sexually transmitted diseases through semen, vaginal fluids, and blood. It should be underlined bring condoms are not 100% effective in the prevention, but it is better than not using security at all. Here's what you need to know about condoms:

    1. The male condom is strong and smooth, latex rubber sheath is made with a variety of sizes and styles. For those of you who are allergic to latex, choose condoms made of polyurethane.
    2. The female condom is almost the same as the male condom, made of polyurethane. Condoms are designed to fit in the vagina, and usually only comes in one size only.
    3.  In addition to condoms, you can still play it safe when having anal sex or oral, that is by wearing gloves made of latex, and dental dams (latex rectangular used when performing oral sex).
    4.  Perhaps you could use a diaphragm when you have sex to prevent pregnancy, but it can not prevent sexually transmitted diseases.
    5. Condoms should be used from the start having sex until the end.
    6. Always use a new condom when having sex, not the former. Make sure you also have enough lubrication so that the condom does not tear. 
    How to practice safe sex? 

    1. Vagina Sex

    • Use lubrication or lubricants made from water-based materials, for oil-based materials can damage the condom.
    • You also need to use condoms during heating (foreplay).
    • Use latex gloves when you insert a finger into the vagina. When you use sex toys, wash every time you have sex, and put the condom when used for anal and vaginal sex.

    2. Oral Sex

    (Includes oral-vaginal; oral-penis; oral-anal)

    • Put the condom on the penis, or use a dental dam in the anal or vaginal area, before put through oral sex
    • If sex with Hepatitis A, make sure you get the vaccine first, because penyikit transmission can be through oral and anal sex 
    3. Anal Sex
    •   Just as vaginal sex, put the water-based lubrication on condoms
    •   Use a condom during foreplay
    •   Do not use condoms containing the spermicide Nonoxynol-9, because it can irritate the anal tissue
    •   Use latex gloves when inserting, or fingering anal 
    Various misleading myths about safe sex 

    There are some myths that may make you reluctant to practice safe sex. Some people assume that safe sex involves a lot of planning, and it can make sex feel stiff and unpleasant, but it's just a myth that formed in our minds.

    Here are the things and incorrect assumptions about safe sex:

    • You may know someone suffering from a venereal disease from her appearance 
    • Safe sex should only do patients with sexually transmitted diseases alone 
    • Safe sex is only done for drug users
      Take birth control pills means it has to make sex safer
      Buying condoms is embarrassing

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