2020 Sex-To-Do List
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The only sex-list you should be checking in 2020. We are almost a quarter deep into 2020, everyone has forgotten their new years’ resolutions already so its time.
While you’re at it, enjoying yourselves, you might want to checklist this sex-list.
1. STD Check
For sexually active people, STDs can compromise their general health or lead to an incurable, lifelong affliction. Getting tested for STDs is the only way for a sexually active person to be sure of their STD status and stop the spread of STDs among their sexual partners and beyond. The possibility of having co-infections (more than one STD at the time) makes it especially important to get tested for all of the most common STDs on a regular basis.
Yayyy! You hear that consent “I give you permission” 😍 #loveisland
— . (@Oloni) February 9, 2020
Communication, honesty and respect make sexual relationships better. Asking for and obtaining consent shows respect for yourself and your partner. It eliminates the entitlement that one partner might feel over the other. Neither your body nor your sexuality belongs to someone else.
3. Condoms – Don’t be a fool, wrap your tool
Condoms and internal condoms are the only methods of birth control that also help prevent the spread of sexually transmitted infections like HIV, chlamydia, and gonorrhoea.
4. Birth control
Birth control pills are a safe, simple & convenient way to prevent pregnancy. Other benefits include making your periods regular & easing menstrual cramps. If you are having regular sex with a partner, you might want to consider birth control.
5. Respect sex workers
From the porn industry to the entertainment industry, sex workers are everywhere and they are vital. There should be no shame in being one or being a client of one. Respect for the rights of all sex workers and clients to have freedom of expression about their experiences without fear of reprisal or judgement.
Bonus: Mind your business
As a bonus on the sex list checklist, you might want to consider minding your business. If you are not engaged in a sexual relationship with a person, you shouldn’t concern yourself with their sexual preferences.
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