Safe Sex

What is safer sex?
Safer sex means to avoid contacting vaginal discharge, pre-ejaculation, semen or blood directly during sexual intercourse. During vaginal or anal sex, the risk of getting HIV infection is very high if condom is not used.

Why Safe Sex Is Important?
AIDS is a disease caused by sexual contact. Most people infected with HIV are infected from sexual behavior. Through sexual behavior, sexual activity can greatly reduce the chance of HIV infection. Safe sex can also prevent the infection of other sexually transmitted diseases.

How safe condoms are?
There is no doubt that condom is the best tool to defend against HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases, but it is not foolproof. The use of condoms in the wrong situation includes: wearing a condom too late (that is, a small amount of semen has flowed out), the condom is used to fill the front of the semen of insufficient semen, and no more durable condom is used for anal sex, Vaginal / anal shedding, out of semen, condoms accidentally sharp nails and jewelry torn and so on.

How to use condom correctly?
In the vaginal and anal intercourse, in accordance with the following recommendations to use condoms, will effectively reduce the chance of infection with HIV.

  • Use a new, good quality latex condom (esp. anal sex)
  • Check the expiry date before use.
  • Put the condom on before the penis touches the anus and semen is secreted.
  • With care, put the condom on the end of the erect penis. Avoid touching the condom with sharp fingernails or jewelry.
  • Use water-based lubricants. (esp. anal sex)
  • After ejaculation and before the penis gets soft, grip the rim of the condom and carefully withdraw. Gently pull the condom off the penis, making sure that semen doesn’t spill out. Wrap the condom in a tissue and throw it in the trash.


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