Condom Depot is Sex Positive

Maybe recently you’ve heard someone mention that they were sex positive.  “Sex positive?” you thought to yourself. “Me too! I love sex! Pro-sex, that’s me. All the way.”

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Well, settle down for a second. The truth is that sex positivity is a social movement to make sex an acceptable, open part of everyday life.

Why Sex Positive?

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Well, for starters, studies have shown that kids who receive non-abstinence only sex education have a much lower teen birth rate, an older sexual initiation age, and lower STD rate. It’s very obvious that the key to prevention is openness and honesty. Instead of teaching that sex is harmful and shameful, we need to teach–and practice for ourselves–that sex is a pleasurable, fun, intimate act that can involve a lot of preventable risks.

But sex positivity doesn’t start and end in high school. It’s a skill you can develop and hone throughout your whole life.

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Being sex positive doesn’t mean that lots of sex is best, and anyone who isn’t having sex is a loser. It’s about knowing who you are, what you enjoy, and enjoying it with those people you enjoy or on your own. It shouldn’t exclude people who are asexual or otherwise. Being sex positive means accepting that all sexual choices, so long as they are safe, consensual, and legal, are valid.

Because let’s face it: the time you spend judging others for their sex lives could be much better spent doing other things. Like having more sex–if that’s what you’re into. And once you stop judging others for their sexual preferences, you start to find that your own urges are pretty acceptable and normal too. That’s where that whole healthy lack of shame comes in.

Condom Depot is Sex Positive

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We here at Condom Depot strive to be sex positive by opening up the safer sex discussion and bringing you facts and tips to make your sex life the best it can be. We realized a lot of the struggles people face when using condoms that make them more likely to take unnecessary risks.  This prompted the creation of our Condom Information Center to teach everyone how to use condoms effectively. We hope to post more sex positive articles soon.

As always, if you have any questions that you need an open ear for, don’t hesitate to ask us.

 

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