Sex Education for the Real World…

 


Sex Degrees Of Separation…

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Posted January 1, 2014 by Kimani in Love. Life. Erotica.
Secret Lovers, Situationships

In the era of “casual sex” and “situationships,” it is sometimes hard to say the word monogamous without laughing. On a large scale, behind closed doors, many individuals are engaging in unprotected sex with partners that they are not in exclusive relationships with.

So mathematically, how many people did you really sleep with in 2013?

Sexual Exposure Chart

So, how many partners have you had?

All lectures aside, everyone is responsible for his/her sexual health and encounters. While unprotected sex may feel great, the potential consequences feel terrible. Those urban legends are real; burning sensations, crabs – AIDS each exist in one capacity or another. The fact that you may not have contracted STD’s (yet) does not change the fact that you can. An individual is more likely to contract popular diseases like chlamydia, syphilis and HPV if condoms are not worn. Couple that with a casual sex partner – the possibilities are endless.

There are alternatives to skipping protection these days, as thousands of condom companies exist for your pleasuring pleasure. There are a number of varieties to choose from – so take some time out of your busy day to pick a condom that’s right for you. If you need help, we’ve done a little research for you.

No Excuses.

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The scary part isn’t that you can contract these diseases – it’s that you may not even know where you got it from. Unless you get tested bi-annually and keep track of your partners, there will be no way to detect the culprit. He/she may not even know they have an STD – and may still be out spreading it to other “situations.” How long will that take to come back to you? Calculating the Sex Degrees of Separation, probably not very long.

Calculate your sexual exposure here.

Start off your new year with a bang – let 2014 be the Year of Protection. Becoming a sexual statistic is optional, being safe shouldn’t be.

Have a Safe, Vadgetastic New Year,

Kimi LeVadge

Resources: 

http://www.arlingtonpc.org/Sexualexposurechart.html

http://calculators.lloydspharmacy.com/SexDegrees/

http://www.wishmedical.com/sexual-health/sexual-exposure/

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About the Author

Kimani

A NY transplant in Florida, Kimani has taken on the task of educating the world on sexual health and education. The Mount Vernon native has seen AIDS and HIV spread through her community like wildfire, and hopes to cease the transmission of these and other diseases one person at a time. If you know better, you're inclined to do better.

  • It’s definitely important to wrap it up. People are more concerned about getting pregnant and just mainly focus on birth control. But honestly, contracting and STD that you may not be able to get rid of is always worst than unexpected pregnancy in my book. So, use birth control, but also use condoms. You can never be too safe in this day and age.

    Happy New Year!

    • Kimani

      Thank you K! I hope everyone puts it into perspective for the New Year and truly wraps it up. Disease is easier to keep away than it is to make go away. Hope your New Year is going great!

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