Sex type things

Nobody has a sex type things to die for. It’s fun, and you don’t have to worry as much. Safe sex means making sure you don’t get anyone else’s blood, semen, vaginal fluids, or breast milk in your body — and protecting your partners too! The best condoms for anal and vaginal intercourse are lubricated latex condoms.

If you’re allergic to latex you can use polyurethane condoms. Using lubricant will make things go smoother and give you added protection. Lube is especially great for women the first time you have intercourse, or if you tend to get sore. Don’t use vaseline, hand creams or lotions as a lubricant.

Also, treatments for yeast infections contain oil and will break latex. Oil is good for salads and cars, not for sex! Try non-lubricated or flavored condoms for this. HIV going from the semen into your blood stream. If you’re doing someone with a sex toy — vegetable, dildo, vibrator, or whatever — put a condom on that thing!

Don’t switch the toy from butthole to vagina, or from one person’s body to another, until you put a new condom on it. Some people think that putting on a condom is too much work when you’re supposed to be having fun. But it’s easy for condoms to be really fun and erotic. Make sure your condoms are fresh — check the expiration date. Throw away condoms that have expired, been very hot, carried around in your wallet, or washed in the washer. If you think the condom might not be good, get a new one.