Different Ways To Have Safe Sex With Your Partner(s) For Teenage Girls And Young Adult Women

It's getting hot in here, so take off all your clothes—before you get carried away, let's talk about the importance of having safe sex.
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It's time to get down and dirty! Things are heating up and you want to have some fun! 

Having safe sex is important to keep yourself and others safe. By having safe sex, you can protect yourself and others from contracting several sexual diseases. It can also prevent unwanted pregnancies and infections. 

Participating in sexual intercourse can be a fun and pleasurable experience, but it's also important to inform yourself about the risks associated with having unsafe sex. 

Here are different ways to have safe sex with your partner(s) for teenage girls and young adult women: 

1. Wear Condoms To Practice Safe Sex And Prevent Pregnancies 

Wearing condoms is an easy and helpful way to practice safe sex. Not only are condoms affordable, but they can also prevent yourself and others from contracting sexually transmitted diseases. Wearing condoms can also prevent unwanted pregnancies and infections. Therefore, it is important to bring a condom whenever you plan on having sex. 

Wearing condoms can prevent you from contracting sexual diseases such as Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, HIV, Trichonamis, and other sexual infections such as genital warts and herpes. 

To add on, you can purchase condoms at a local drug or grocery store. Condoms usually range from being free to costing a couple of bucks.

There are condoms made for both men and women, whatever you decide to choose is entirely up to you and your partner(s). 

You also shouldn't let anyone persuade you into not wearing a condom; especially if you really want to wear one. If someone doesn't respect your needs for wanting to wear a condom during sex, you should take into consideration whether or not you want to sleep with that person.

There are also people that intentionally poke holes into condoms and secretly take them off while they are being intimate with you. Condoms can also break which is pretty rare if the correct size is used. Therefore, you should watch out for these behaviors and take action. 

Unless you and your partner(s) have agreed not to wrap up, that's a decision that should be made between you and your partner(s). 

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2. Use Different Forms Of Birth Control To Practice Safe Sex and Prevent Unwanted Pregnancies 

Using different forms of birth control is a great way to practice safe sex and prevent unwanted pregnancies when having sexual intercourse. According to Webmb.com, taking birth control is about 99% effective if taken correctly if you are sexually active. 

The different forms of birth control include an IUD, an implant, a patch, a contraceptive injection, and oral contraceptives. Whatever type of birth control you decide to use is entirely up to you. 

However, birth control works differently for every person. One form of birth control may work better for another person than it will for you. That's why it is important to pay attention to the way your body responds to birth control, hence there are many symptoms that are associated with it. 

To add on, you can also wear a condom and use birth control if you and your partner(s) want to be cautious. 

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3. Use Flavored Condoms To Practice Safe Oral Sex 

I know this may sound odd, but there are condoms that exist for oral sex purposes. It can spice up your oral sex life by using flavored oral condoms. Flavored condoms come in flavors such as strawberry, banana, bubblegum, chocolate, and other exotic flavors. According to Healthline.com wearing flavored condoms helps mask the taste of the latex and makes oral sex more enjoyable. 

Wearing oral condoms can also prevent the transmission of sexual diseases such as Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Syphilis, HIV, and other sexual diseases. 

If you want to protect yourself and your partner(s), you should wear oral condoms. If you and your partner(s) decided not to wear oral condoms, it is something for the both of you to agree upon. 

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4. Limit The Amount Of Partners You Are Involved Sexually With

As your own person, it is important for you to decide how many people you decide to have sex with. Whether it's three, four, five, or even six, it is entirely up to you and what you feel comfortable with doing. Therefore, if you have more than one partner, it is important to practice safe sex to prevent the transmission of sexual diseases from one partner to another. 

However, several websites recommend you should limit the number of partners you decide to have sex with. Some suggest you should only have sex with one person. 

On the other hand, you should have sexual intercourse with whoever you please. As long as you practice safe sex with all of your partners, there is no need to feel unsafe when having sex. You do not have to be in a monogamous relationship to practice safe sex. 

Even though it is recommended that you have sex with one person, it is still possible to contract sexual diseases from that one person. Keep that in mind. 

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5. Sanitize Sex Toys To Practice Safe Sex 

Cleaning sex toys is a good way to practice safe sex to prevent the spread of infections. There are sex toys such as vibrators that can provide you with the pleasure and fun you are looking for. Whatever sex toy you decide to use is up to you and your partner(s). You can also use sex toys for masturbation as well. 

Using sex toys is awesome because you cannot get pregnant with them; however, if you don't clean your sex toys beforehand, it can also spread sexual infections from previous partners that have used the sex toys if they haven't cleaned them. Therefore, it is important to keep your sex toys clean after every sexual act and you can use condoms on the sex toys as well. 

Sex toys are also affordable and require you to be of a certain age in order to purchase them. 

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6. Communicate About Safe Sex Practices With Your Partner(s)

Communication is key when it involves having safe sex. Ensuring the safety of your partner(s) is important to know when communicating with them. From there, the both of you can decide which safe sex option works best for the both of you. 

It is also important to communicate about your partner(s) sexual history such as how many other partners they are having sex with and if they are getting check-ups regularly for sexually transmitted diseases. From there, you can decide how you would like to approach things moving forward regarding sexual acts.

You should also be honest with your partner(s) about your sexual history and check-ups as well. 

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To sum things up, it is important to practice safe sex with your partner(s) to protect yourself and others from contracting sexually transmitted diseases, unwanted pregnancies, sexual infections, and other issues. 

No matter how many partners you have, or what sexual acts you decide to perform, it is important to keep yourself safe. 

However, if you have contracted an STD(s) in the past, there is no need to worry. Sometimes, the unexpected happens, and that is okay. That's why it is important to remain cautious, communicate, and have check-ups regularly for any sexual infections. 

Remember to be safe while having sex and have as much fun as you want!

Lashay loves to laugh and have a good time. Xoxo :)

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