Safer Sex Alternatives

It is not necessary that all types of sex carry the same levels of risk for sexually transmitted diseases (STD’s).

High Risk Sex Activities

The risk of getting an STD is high in having vaginal sex, oral sex or anal sex.

Having group sex also carries a high risk, or having many partners at the same time or over a period of time.

Which Type Of Sex Is Totally Safe

No type of sex involving physical contact between two people can ever be cent percent safe unless:

  • You both have tested negative for all STD’s
  • You have both had no sex with anyone else since  your negative results
  • You’ve both had no contact with blood, semen, breast milk or vaginal fluids from anyone else since your negative test results

Even if you are not at risk of any STD, there are other risks such as emotional ones or risk of pregnancy.

You should only have sex with someone only if you are sure you are ready for sex with them.

Safest Types Of Sex

The sex that doesn’t involve physical contact between two persons is the safest type of sex.

These include:

These types of sex may carry other risks such as ruining of a relationship, feelings or reputation if not taken care.

Measures To Make Other Types Of Sex Safer

In order to reduce the risk of getting or passing an STD:

  • Always use condoms and dental dams  for oral, vaginal or anal sex
  • Use condom-friendly lubricant for anal sex
  • Use a fresh condom with any sex toys
  • Don’t touch your genitals, mouth or eyes before washing your hands if you have touched your partners genitals
  • Don’t touch your partner’s genitals, mouth or eyes before washing your hand if you have touched your own genitals
  • Be more careful when having sex under the influence of alcohol or drugs
  • Regularly get tested for STD’s
  • Communicate with your sexual partner that what you want to do and what you don’t want to do
  • Talk about testing with your partner
  • Learn how to use condoms and dental dams properly