Safe Sex

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SAFE SEX Is there anything like safe sex? There is no safe sex because sex can't be 100% safe, most healthcare professionals believe that the only way to be safe is to abstain. Sex can not be safe; it can only be made safer. Safer sex refers to anything we do to lower our risk of getting sexually transmitted infections (STI's). Abstinence is the only sure way to prevent STDs. The safest sex is between two uninfected people who have never had another sex partner. Since abstaining is hard for most people, there are measures that can be taken to make sex safer. Some of these include; Condom use, masturbation, virtual sex, cuddling, kissing, and touching. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), practicing safer sex involves the…show more content…
Premarital sex • Low self-esteem, when you have your personal self image at an emotional level, you become depressed and disoriented. • Strong feelings of isolation and loneliness, usually characterized by withdrawal. Sex is a very emotional involvement, something no man or woman could/can ever comprehend fully. Psychological Relationship Premature and potentially risky sexual behavior has now been found to be associated with other psycho-social risk factors. This is mainly caused by mental torture and uncertainties, mainly due to the lack of knowledge whether your partner is faithful or not. If you have contracted a disease, this will lead to the development of guilty feelings accelerated by blaming yourself because of you actions, can also cause one to inflict mutual pain because of indulging in a sexual relationship. Most fears include:- • Fear of pregnancy, usually in students who are in the middle of their education, women pursuing their career or women with anemia. • Fear if a condom breaks during intercourse • Premature ejaculation, that is if the penis was to be removed before ejaculation • Condom wasn't used properly • Fear of death Spiritual Relationship This is when the relationship is interfering with your
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