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Sex Ed: 17 Things Your Health Class Didn’t Teach You

Let’s Talk About Sex! 

We are all quite aware that the sex education system in our country is quite poor, so let’s jump right in, and get to the bottom of all things sex that you may not be aware of. 

  1. Virginity is made up, and it stems from patriarchal misogyny; so whether or not you feel like engaging in the deed or not, is entirely up to you and no one holds the right for judgment. 
  2. Sex comes in many forms: vaginal, anal, oral, penetrative, cunnalingus and masterbation are only a few. ALL of these are acceptable and feel free to practice safely as much as you wish!
  3. Speaking of safety, consent is always necessary! When in doubt remember the Famous Four For Safe Sex: confirmation, communication, lubrication, and enthusiastic participation.* If any of these are not happening, stop what you’re doing and re-evaluate how you and your sexual partner can create a more safe environment for the occasion, if the desire is to continue with the festivities. 
  4. If you don’t feel comfortable getting tested regularly with your doctor, you are not ready to have sex. 
  5. If you don’t feel comfortable asking your sexual partner(s) about their STI status, then you shouldn't be engaging in sexual activity.
  6. If you don’t feel comfortable discussing pregnancy prevention in a heterosexual sex encounters, then you are not yet prepared for the responsibility that comes with having safe sex.
  7. The pull out method is only 80% effective for one time use. And yes, precum can get a woman pregnant if a male has ejaculated earlier in the day and sperm is left behind in the reproductive tract. 
  8. The pull out method does not in any way protect against STI’s. 
  9. If you feel any burning, stinging, or itching around any genitalia after having a sexual encounter, see a doctor immediately. 
  10. Women can get yeast infections or even Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) from having sex, due to the PH imbalance sperm, semen, or other fluids coming into contact with the vagina. Don’t freak out, these are treatable and can be prevented with care plans directed by your health professional. 
  11. No matter what gender you are, you should always pee right after sexy time to prevent getting a UTI.
  12. Condoms are free at any Health Department as well as Planned Parenthood. 
  13. Planned Parenthood offers many services beyond abortions. To name a few they offer wellness checks, Pap- Smears, STI screenings and education, pregnancy tests, pregnancy counseling, family planning, general health support, and birth control prescriptions and removals. For more information please feel free to visit plannedparenthood.org. 
  14. Breasts are not considered to be sex organs. That being said, they are in fact a great erogenous pleasure center for orgasms. 
  15. Sex toys are fun but you must keep them clean or they can host and spread bacteria. 
  16. Having a fetish is not a bad thing. Regardless of what tickles your fancy, there is no shame to your game as long as you are not hurting yourself or another person. 
  17. Sex is natural and can be a great stress reliever. Even having orgasms regularly can be incredibly beneficial to your overall health!

Happy Fucking :)

 

*The famous four are reserved and credited to an anonymous TikTok creator, that does not wish to be named. 

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