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Safe Sex Advice for adult dating - Will you be having any sex today?

Sex is fun on your own but lots more fun with someone else! Online dating is the easiest way to meet someone for sex, but common sense should be used. Always practice safe sex. See who is online right now in our chatroom

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Why practise safer sex?

If spontaneity is the aim, this advice might seem a little off-putting. It's not meant to discourage anyone from enjoying sex, but to help you to have healthier, happier and safer sex. Catching an infection is a lot more off-putting than taking care of yourself and your partner, so here are some measures to help you protect yourself from ALL sexually-transmitted infections. Many viral and bacterial sexually-transmitted infections are easier to catch and more common than HIV, which is why this guide is about more than just using a condom for penetrative sex.

One million people are infected with STIs around the world every day of the year.

Oral sexually-transmitted gonorrhoea is on the rise in the UK.

Precautions for greater safety

Penetrative vaginal sex
A condom should be put on before any genital contact, especially if the woman isn't using additional, reliable birth control. There are enough live sperm and germs at the tip of an erect penis to cause pregnancy or infection without penetration or ejaculation.

Penetrative anal sex
There is more risk of catching HIV with anal sex. Always use a non-spermicidally-lubricated condom with extra water-based or silicone lubricant at all times. It's wise to wear an extra-strong condom, and important to use sufficient water based lubrication, without which the condom is more likely to burst. Never move from anal to vaginal sex without changing the condom as this is unhealthy for the woman. If there's no spare condom handy, then move from the vagina to the anus or stay in the anus until ejaculation. (Sounds fun to us).

Oral sex
To be absolutely safe, it is best to use a condom, especially if you or your partner are likely to ejaculate in the mouth. There is now a wide range of flavoured condoms available, so make sure that you have a good supply of these with you when you meet. Another alternative is to use a dental dam or even part of a latex glove.

Fondling, stroking, fingering and wanking). Cover cuts, sores and other skin lesions on fingers with waterproof plasters or latex gloves, particularly during a menstrual period or if anal foreplay is involved. If you don't have latex gloves to hand, it's safer to use a non-spermicidally-lubricated condom over one or two fingers than bare hands. If you're not using protection and you're going to move on to vaginal foreplay, it's vital to wash your hands after anal foreplay.

Sex toys
If you're sharing toys, use the same level of protection as for penetrative sex. Wash toys thoroughly between partners. Keep whips, chains and other articles used during S&M (sadomasochistic) fetish foreplay for personal use, particularly if you draw blood (or body fluids containing blood) during use.

There's no risk of infection if you're alone and using unshared items, unless a disease from one part of the body infects another through poor hygiene technique. An unwashed finger, for example, can spread genital gonorrhoea or chlamydia to the eye. During masturbation or mutual masturbation with a friend or partner, please follow the guidelines for foreplay and make sure that no semen is introduced into the mouth, vagina or anus - just in case..

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