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Why lesbians should use barriers during sex with new partners

Why do I need to use barriers? I’m a lesbian! So you’re a lesbian. Do you think that lesbians don’t transmit infections to each other? Humans transmit infections back and forth regardless of gender. Eighty percent of lesbians have at one time in their lives been intimate with men. Serial monogamy (being in one long-term […]

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Why not use K-Y Jelly or Vaseline as a lubricant

Do Not Use Vaseline Oil in the Vagina. Vaseline is an oil based petroleum product that is very difficult to naturally clear out of the vaginal space. It can cause something similar to vaginal acne, and can cause or intensify yeast infections if you get them fairly often. In addition, if you are using latex […]

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Sexually Transmitted Infections – a short course

Sometimes we meet people who are unclear about the potential for sexually transmitted infections. Trying to get their pleasure needs met, some are reluctant to protect themselves from something that they can’t see or “believe”. Others find themselves terrified at the possibility of becoming infected or passing an infection to someone else. There are elements […]

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A List of Sexually Transmitted Infections

Can you tell me what things are sexually transmitted? I’m not sure what to be worrying about. Short Answer Yes, see below. However, consider that 70% of people never have symptoms of sexually transmitted infections. Put another way, most people never have symptoms, ever. There is nothing to see, sniff, check. No sores, weeping penises, […]