Thursday, December 1, 2016

No Glove, No Love

The infection rates are rising in Southern states like Mississippi, Missouri, Georgia, Florida and South Carolina. Even though medications have found ways to make this a "manageable disease," it's not good. Today, on World AIDS Day, we must strive to improve the mindset of safe sex.
"No glove, no love."
"Don't forget your rubbers. LA cares like a mother."
Those slogans came about for a reason. If you've forgotten the rubbers, there are plenty of ways to enjoy yourselves.

 Folks, if you are going to have penetrative sex with anyone, make sure your guy uses a condom. 
Oral sex carries a low risk for transmitting HIV. But, the medical community has found an increase in mouth and throat cancers - and have positively linked them to the increase in cunnilingus and fellatio.


The actual culprit: HPV, which is known to cause several types of cancer, and is why parents are encouraged to have their teenagers vaccinated - guys included! - during a routine physical exam.
Frottage is pleasurable and (sort of) mimics penetrative sex. Though both partners should make sure there are no open wounds in the area of fluid contact. That includes pre-cum.


Plain old masturbation is the safest form of sex there is. Jack off to your heart's content, guys.

Mutual masturbation - buddy jack off or group jack off - is one of the safest known sexual contact there is 



but, again, make sure cum does not make contact with any open wounds.


Xersex said...

thanks for your medical tribute and for your comments on my blog!

mistress maddie said...

Always be a Rubber Lover!

Patrick said...

Yes! One remembers those friends who passed away because of AIDS! Take care always! Our Summer has arrived! 30C here today!

AOM said...

Interesting that states you listed are those where there is powerful forces Against sex education and health care in general. Thanks again for all the great information. I hope all is well in your world. Have a joyful day, bro. Hugs, Licks, and Strokes, AOM

SickoRicko said...

Excellent points with excellent pix!

French Patrick said...

Not so "manageable" than this word do risk to be understood. That does not suffer the use of euphemisms. It is very constraining, very expensive, very tiring and endless, except in case of a death lived as a relief. No reason to envy those who are sick. We have to avoid it, always, by all means.

Hugs and kisses, Pat and Jean.

Postscript: Just for letting you know, the metallic bar which had been placed in the breast of Quentin, the elder of my grandsons, was removed today with no problem at all. Earlier than planned, but, for him and for us, that was not too early, as you can guess it!
Bisous, honeys.

Jean WM said...

One more month and 2016 will be done. Will this be the annus horribilis or annus mirabilis for you? You still have time to work on this year's resolutions. Love to Pat and French Patrick.

Anonymous said...

You forgot "Use a condom or beat it."

Anonymous said...

There are men who take Truvada, a drug that HELPS prevent HIV. It does not offer 100% protection. But many men will say I don't need anything, I'm safe, I take Truvada. They will insist on doing it bare back.

How about a article about Truvada and other methods of protection. Most are
good, none give you 100% freedom to do what you want. - Stan

whkattk said...

@ Jean - this sure has been a terrible year from my perspective, the election not being the least to make me feel that way. Hugs!