My brother saved this document and everytime he gets angry at our neighbours for being loud he prints it to their wireless printer and you can hear the wife shout “Why the fuck would you print this AGAIN?!” to her son.
My dad has his own business and looks like its in a lot of trouble. Just great isn’t it. So it’s looking like we are broke and will probably lose our house
how to give a good handjob
You pull your left hand in
You pull your left hand out
You pull your left hand in
And you shake it all about!
Cha cha real smooth
none of you ever touch a penis
herb for herpes?
A refreshingly non-biased article on herpes and how pot can help heal. And not just psychological healing ;)
In case you’re a member of the Green Team.
“Old Economy Steve”
mad as hell
the day I got infected with Herpes:
photo #1: I was waiting for my boyfriend to pick me up because we were going to have sex. I had no idea this would be the end of my fun with my body and sex.
photo #2: My vagina before infection.
photo # 3: we did not use a condom and he ejaculated inside me
photo #4: I knew the next morning something was wrong…this photo is four days after our encounter and I was waiting to get in to see a doctor. My first outbreak at it’s most painful. I was taking photos just so I could see what was going on down there. I ruined my body with my decisions in my sex life.
photo #5: trying home remedies to speed healing and reduce scarring
photo #6: changed forever
First of all, beautiful. Truly, lovely.
Second, you’re not ruined. Changed, maybe, ok. But not ruined. This doesn’t have to be the end of your sex life, and it doesn’t have to mean you’ll never have a good relationship with your body again.
Hi! So I’m having an argument with somebody that claims that promoting sexual freedom or as I put it ”the freedom to do as you please with your body as a responsible consenting adult” is promoting bad health because according to him frequent sex can never be safe because nothing will completely protect you from contracting stds and ”other shitload of problems” Now, I explained to him how different types of contraception can help prevent that but dude still won’t get it. Help?
Well, here’s the thing.
He’s sort of right.
There are some STDs (the human papilloma virus, aka warts, aka HPV and also herpes type 1 and 2) that are spread by skin to skin contact. Unlike the nastier STDs, which are spread by contact with body fluids and CAN be prevented with latex barriers, there’s not a lot you can do to protect yourself from HPV and HSV. Using latex barriers can reduce, but never eliminate, your risk of infection. (Moreover, latex barriers fail sometimes.)
NOT ONLY THAT, but not all strains of HPV cause warts, and many people with HSV 1 or 2 never have an outbreak. You can’t tell by looking if someone has one of these STDs
I’m not sure what the infection rates are for these viruses, anon (and honestly, I’m too lazy to look them up right now), but they’re ridiculously high. Basically, if you’ve fucked around, it’s overwhelmingly likely that you’ve got one or both.
The thing is, the consequences of having either or both of these STDs are fairly low for most people who have them. (After all, MILLIONS UPON MILLIONS of people have these viruses in their system, and go to their graves never experiencing an ill effect from them.) Some strains of HPV are associated with cervical and other cancers, but thanks to regular pap smears for people with cervices, any abnormalities in the cervical cells can be caught early and treated BEFORE you get cancer. Some people with herpes get outbreaks, and those are painful and unpleasant, but they can also be managed with antivirals. And, well, they hurt, but there aren’t any more substantial health consequences than the pain. Herpes will not lead to a long slow death.
(I know not all of us have ideal insurance coverage, but it’s also true that sexual health care is one of the easier kinds of care to find at free or low-cost clinics. I also don’t mean to minimize or ignore the social stigma people with STIs can face. Here, I’m focusing on the health consequences of herpes and HPV.)
Finally, things have risks. You can die crossing the street, you can die if you slip in the shower. Getting up in the morning is potentially deadly. Sex, like all things, has risks, and consenting adults can accept those risks or not as they please. But just because something has potential risks associated with it doesn’t mean that there are necessarily devastating consequences to doing it routinely, just like many people manage to get out of bed every morning and avoid the hazards of life long enough to die at a ripe old age, in bed.
So yeah, my finale step in accepting myself is taking my own advice and feeling proud of the way I look by flaunting it. I am way happier looking at these photos and feeling genuinely beautiful than looking at a scale and getting excited when I loose weight. Weight is not a measurement of health, your self worth and definitely not your beauty. Let aloe your right to wear a bathing suit when it’s hot as hell! You earned that body, it’s beautiful because it belongs to you!
The perfect bikini body joke has been going around for while, just thought I’d contribute, not steal someone else’s joke :P
Reblogged in preparation for the impending beach season.
EXCEPT THAT CONDOMS DON’T PROTECT YOU FROM ALL STD TRANSMISSION.