29 years old Washington DC Reuben H Martinez
There are many health risks of casual sexual activities, apart from having unwanted pregnancy or serious STDs. The nature of the sexual act may cause life threatening acts, such as cervical cancer and risk of penile cancer, particularly if semen is ejaculated into the vagina. The vaginal environment is full of sperm and bacteria. One of the harmful health consequences of genital vaginal infections like chlamydia, gonorrhoea, or genital herpes is the spreading of these infections to female partners. These infections can cause unsafe sex, and if untreated can lead to consequences such as pelvic inflammatory disease, ectopic pregnancy, an increased risk of HIV infection, and infertility.
Furthermore, in addition to the risks from the sexual act itself, casual sexual activities may be associated with negative physical and psychological effects, such as psychological distress, sexual dysfunctions, sexual risk taking, lower self-esteem, and suicidal thoughts.
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The story of The Partying Animal and what happens when two early-30-somethings become alcoholics.It’s not often that watching two friends spiral out of control feels like some sort of R.I.P. moment. The last time I saw some friends you might call “destructive” – they behaved that way to a frankly alarming level, and they were just kids. But what’s so sad to me, as they age, is that I’m not sure I’ll ever see them behave this way again. For some of them it’s even gone to a point of arrested development. They’re re-shaping their life in a way that baffles me, and which has me worried for how long it’ll be before I end up dropping them off for good. We’ve all got shit we need to deal with, obviously, but I feel like mine can’t be that much more important than any of theirs.
My first boyfriend cheated on me – how did I let it happen?When I was 17 years old, a woman I went to high school with raped me. A couple months later, he moved across the country to go to a university, and we broke up. But he sent me countless heart-breaking messages every day for over a year, telling me how much he missed me and how sorry he was for breaking up with me. I gave him chances to apologize, to tell me he didn’t mean
That’s the question posed by Dr. Peter Wright at the beginning of his new book, Bad Sex. In it, Wright, a doctor who runs a sex addiction recovery center in Northern California, dives into a multitude of other questions — is orgasms healthy, can oral sex be a healthy form of sex, is it good to touch your genitals, and how often is too often? “We talk about bad sex, but the great thing about the book is that it allows us to talk about the perfect sexual experience. It’s as much about choice and intention as it is about an experience,” Wright says.
Sex is beautiful, and it’s a privilege to be in the position to have sex with someone else. But Wright hopes that his readers take away from the book that sex shouldn’t ever feel bad, regardless of how consensual it is. You shouldn’t have bad sex if you want to feel good about it. Whether you’ve had a bad hookup, or you’re in a committed relationship and you want to have sex in a different way, Wright is here for you — and if that’s the case, you may not want to read the rest of this list. There are a lot of common answers to the nagging question, “Why can’t I have a good orgasm?”
No, it’s not anti-sex or anti-erotic if you don’t love it.
A great orgasm is completely subjective, depending on the type of body, partners, time frame, and much, much more. So saying that sex is unhealthy if you don’t like it is like saying you can’t have a good meal if you don’t like cheese on your toast. Sex is pretty darn pleasant, but if it’s not part of the sensory experience for you, or if it doesn’t feel right, then yeah, it can be, and often is, bad.
If your sex life is suffering from lack of creativity, it may be time to put some of Wright’s findings into practice — maybe even reach into the book for a few tips that you can try out right away.
6 ways to have an amazing orgasm
You know what happens when you skip a meal: You get hungry! We’re living in a time when it’s tempting to stay with the cookie-cutter routines we established early in our adult lives. Why not break those bad, bad habits and embrace new, exciting opportunities? Put some life and love into our sex lives and you’ll never want for sex again. Here are some tips to