Get Sexy with Safe Sex

Written by: Shelly-Ann Weeks

When most of us think about HIV/AIDS it is usually from a point of view that it is something that happens to other people. The fact is, this deadly disease is a reality that continues to impact million across the world. While HIV/AIDS can be transmitted in a number of ways the most popular is through sexual intercourse. I am a fan of all the fun and wonderful things about sex, it is important to also observe the responsibility that you must observe to ensure your health. Most persons approach safe like a chore and it does not seem very sexy. Using a condom can be tedious and can serve to reduce men’s pleasure so consistency can become challenging. So how can you make safe sexy feel sexy?

Try non-penetrative sex – For some persons sex is all about the intercourse. Challenge yourself to satisfy your partner without using penetration. Use your fingers and tongue to caress and stimulate your partner. Remember that the entire body can experience pleasure so make it count.

Phone sex anyone? – Call your hunny and describe in explicit details exactly how you plan to rock his/her world when you see each other again. Use this opportunity to really find out what your partner enjoys based on what they say. While you are talking, let your fingers do the walking and touch yourself. Don’t cut the call until you are both quivering.

Use fun and novelty condoms – Don’t just use the plain latex condom, you can get creative with colorful, flavored, even glow in the dark condoms. With glow in the dark condoms, you can play games – like peek-a-boo.

Use your mouth to put on the condom – When making love, persons usually pause foreplay to put the condom on. Try to integrate the condom into the foreplay so the pause is not necessary.

Get tested and stay faithful to your partner – The fact is that having one stable partner reduces the risk of HIV/AIDS. So find the person who rocks your world and do what you must to keep him/her in your life.

Whether you like it or not, this disease is real and can definitely affect you directly. Your sexual practices can directly affect your ability to avoid infection. If you are not currently in a stable relationship, remember to use a condom every time you get intimate with someone. It is also important to know your status and your partner’s status – leave nothing to chance. Sex is easily the most pleasurable experience human beings can have but it comes with responsibility so do your part to maintain your health.
Have fun and stay sexy!

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