Kua mjanja bruh! Safe sex and debunking condom myths

The weekend is here and you have plans with your crew and you are likely to meet interesting peeps. It could be at a private party or a crazy night out, socializing is a given.

What you need to know is, it’s still cool to practice safe sex. This means using a latex or polyurethane barrier for all forms of sex.

This can include:

  1. Using a male or female condom during intercourse.
  2. Using condoms or dental dams for oral sex.
  3. Using gloves for manual penetration.

Using condoms correctly

When using condoms and other barriers for safer sex, it’s important to follow the instructions on the box. Using condoms correctly makes them more effective. Follow these safety precautions when using condoms:

  1. Check the expiration date.
  2. Make sure the condom package has an air bubble, which shows it hasn’t been punctured.
  3. Put the condom on correctly.
  4. Always leave room at the tip.
  5. Unroll the condom onto the penis, not before it goes on.
  6. Use condom-safe lubricant during intercourse.
  7. Hold onto the condom when withdrawing after sex, so that it doesn’t slip off.
  8. Dispose of the condom properly by wrapping it in a tissue and throwing it in the trashcan.
  9. Never take a condom off and try to put it on again.
  10. Never reuse a condom.

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Potential risks

Condoms and other barriers are very good at preventing the exchange of infected bodily fluids.

They can also help to minimize skin-to-skin contact. This reduces the transmission of diseases that spread through touch.

However, it doesn’t prevent transmission entirely. STDs that spread through skin-to-skin contact include: syphilis, herpes and HPV

If you’re in a sexual relationship with someone who has herpes, they may want to talk to their doctor about suppressive therapy.

This type of therapy helps to prevent herpes outbreaks. It also helps to prevent transmission, but it doesn’t cure the infection.

It’s important to know that herpes can be spread even if the individual doesn’t have an active outbreak.

Though STDs are common, there are ways to reduce your risk and make sex safer. If you’re unsure about the right method for you, talk with your partner or your doctor.

You can also call the toll free line 1190 or chat with a professional at www.chukuaselfie.com.


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