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About Safe sex

During our brief vacation in the sun, we had the chance to talk to a lot of people about many fascinating subjects. Among the people we met, there was this teenager.  She looked like Ryker’s first requited love so he spent a lot of time staring at her.  Long light brown shiny hair, green eyes, and full eyebrows, pale skin with liberal beauty marks.  She was sixteen and was reading “Fifty Shades of Grey”.

We approached her because Ryker had finished reading the Grey Trilogy a few months ago and was quite surprised that a girl who was with her mother on vacation was reading it.  The conversations we had with her made me think a lot about my work as a nurse and about my patients, coming everyday to see me to talk about their problems. STI and HIV problems. Everyday, I see people in distress because they have symptoms or think they caught something. Everyday I go through sex advice and “Safe sex” rules and yet, I have more and more patients. The conversation we had with that sixteen years old  made me think a little about what I say to my patients versus what happens in real life…

So, just as a little reminder, you are NOT having “Safe sex” if:

  • You are just asking someone if they have a sexually transmitted infection and then have unprotected sex with this person
  • You have a partner telling you that they have asked their previous partners if they had STIs
  • Someone is telling you they’re “clean,” especially someone who has never had any testing done, or isn’t current with their tests
  • You are using condoms sometimes, but not always
  • You or your partner is putting condoms on after genital contact begins, or only before ejaculation or orgasm
  • You are sharing sex toys without covering them with a condom or boiling them before or after use
  • You are not doing anything at all for prevention, because everyone’s previous partners said they were virgins
  • You are avoiding any vaginal intercourse, but having unprotected oral or anal sex
  • You are giving a partner oral sex but not swallowing their ejaculate
  • You are not having penetration but rubbing genitals directly together without clothing on or latex barriers
  • You had the HPV vaccine, but not using barriers
  • You are using withdrawal (“pulling out”) for vaginal or anal intercourse
  • You are using condoms or other barriers past their expiry dates
  • You are washing genitals before and/or after sex or urinating before and/or after sex, but not using barrier

Also… you are not protected because :

  • You use hormonal methods of contraception
  • You have sex only with “virgins” because this person might have had other kinds of sex, like oral sex
  • You are of a certain age (like old people)
  • You are married or engaged
  • You are a lesbian and/or only having slept with women
  • You are being serially monogamous: in other words, not having had what you consider any casual sex partners, but still having had more than one partner and just moving relationship to relationship
  • You are in love with or loving someone
  • You are looking at your genitals and those of your partner and seeing nothing unusual
  • You are being a “good girl” or a “good guy”
  • You or your partner is a member of a certain economic class, race, sexual orientation, size, shape or gender

— Lizzy —

About the author: We are a local Montreal couple (BG) helping to bring excitement and fun into consensual girls lives through threesomes with us, roleplaying, and sexual education and tips and tricks.

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