Pardon me, but did you just say there’s nothing left to learn about condoms and safer sex? Come again? This month’s many intimate reader questions may prompt you to reconsider.
Like an investigative, safer sex reporter operating on the sly for clues about the most sensitive of topics, I coyly sent out seven, sometimes-sexy questions to lots of actual folks. What I got back in return were true blue tales of their trials, tribulations and soaring successes whilst having sex using condoms.
Cervicitis is an irritation of the cervix. It’s a lot like a urinary tract infection (UTI), except that the cervix is not a part of the urinary tract. It’s easy to treat, but sometimes it can be a real pain in the womb.
Is incontinence causing you to consider wearing or creating a condom catheter or leading to problems in the bedroom?
Mmm… rimjobs. Am I right? But, did you know participating in unprotected anilingus can result in retching? Really. Read on to learn how to avoid shigella, the anus-to-oral transmittable STI.
Were you ever told to pee immediately after sex? There’s a reason for that.