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What is safe sex ?

Sexual activity in which safeguards, such as the use of a condom and the avoidance of high-risk acts, are employed to reduce the chance of acquiring or spreading a sexually transmitted disease.

This information came from dictionary website.

What are some examples of safe sex?

making sure you don’t get anyone’s else’s blood,vaginal fluids or a womans breast fluid in your body. making sure protection is used if not you then your partner .if you don’t have a condom then you can always improvise and go head on and use plastic wrap . But always remember you may want to consider (CONDOMS ARE NOT 100 PERCENT) . useing lubricate ,waterbase lube,KY jelly,aqua lube and probe all this lubricants can make your safe sex process much smoother and give you added protection.

This information was summarized from Just Say Yes To Safer Sex website.

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What are the consequences of unprotected sex?

A major consequence of unprotected sex in adolescence is the likelihood of infection from a sexually transmitted disease (STD) such as gonorrhea, chlamydial infection, syphilis, herpes, and HIV/ AIDS. For women, an additional consequence of unprotected sex may be pregnancy.

This information was summarized from sexual transmitted diseases service.

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