When the Pill first came out, people suddenly relegated the condom to the back of the shelf. But then along came AIDS, and the condom’s ability to protect its user from sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) pushed it again to the forefront. In fact, the condom is an essential tool in the fight against STDs. It also can be, with proper use, a reliable method of birth control. But if you want to rely on condoms, you must first make sure you know how to use condoms right.
If you're at risk of contracting a sexually transmitted disease (STD), then a condom is an absolute necessity for a healthy sex life. Condoms fall into the barrier method category of birth control: they [more…]
Condoms, when used correctly, are the number-one method to prevent transmission of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). However, if used incorrectly, a condom is no use as a birth control method or as [more…]
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If you want to have safe sex without worrying about STDs or pregnancy, it's essential to understand how to make using condoms as safe as possible. Condoms have become one of the most used methods of contraception—particularly [more…]
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Understanding women's sexual (or reproductive) organs such as the vagina, uterus, and vulva is as integral to sex as understanding the penis. Demystifying female anatomy is key to good sexual functioning [more…]