Month of love or month of sexual diseases ?

As most women just like on Prom night Valentines Day is when most girls when give thier partner some type of sexual satisfaction and this is a great thing when it is between two consenting adults but alot of people do not wear condoms of this special night for one reason or another and that means alot of disease gets spread. One thing to remeber when you have sex with someone you also have had sex with everyone they have had sex with. Just thought this would be a great time to remind everyone of standards when it comes to protecting you life. I only bring this up since one of my close friends got a sexualy transmitted disease from someone who she thought she could trust, who turned out to be just a liar who gave her something she will have for life. Protect your self and insist that your man wears a condom the pill does not protect against HIV and a long list of diseases, if it is going to be in you , you might as well inspect it. But I also do not want to say all girls give it up on these nights but for those that do wrap it up. If this post saves just one woman out there from contracting a disease then it did it’s do. But girls do not be shy about investing in dildos or other devices you can use yourself thier is nothing wrong with masturbation.


  1. Michael said,

    February 16, 2007 @ 12:49 pm

    You make some great points Britney there are alot of other alternatives to having sexual intercourse on those special days but ofcourse if you are going to do it then wearing condoms is a very effective method for not contracting many sexualy transmitted diseases. I am very sorry to hear about your friend I hope that one day they will find a cure for all diseases.

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