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1. Introduction to sex toys education

  • Sex to get pregnant
  • Sex toys today
  • Lover's Lane movie
  • Lover's Lane catalog

2. Sex health and safety

    2.1 Sexually transmitted diseases and concerns

    • Double penetration dildos
    • Sex test
    • Chlamydia
    • Hepatitis A, B and C
    • HIV
    • Condoms
    • Anal sex health concerns
    • Masturbation health concerns
    • Oral sex health concerns
    • Strap ons

    2.2 Sex Education

    • School
    • Parenting
    • Sex books

    2.3 Birth Control

    • Condoms
    • Birth control pills
    • Condom effectiveness
    • Best condoms
    • Spencer's condoms
    • Trojan condoms
    • Durex condoms
    • Flavored condoms
    • Female condoms
    • Condom facts
    • Condom reviews
    • Where to buy condoms
    • Where to get free condoms
    • How to put a condom on
    • How to use small condoms

3. Sex cosmetic surgery

  • Lover's Lane locations
  • Penis enlargement
  • Breast implants
  • Vaginoplasty

4. Sex toys health/education

  • Recent developments in sex toys
  • Lover's Lane store
  • History of sex toys
  • Lover's Lane Chicago
  • 4.1 Sex toys today

    • Legality of sex toys
    • Materials
    • Lingerie/Sex toy manufacturers
    • Dr. Marty Klein
    • Regina Lynn
    • Dan Savage
    • Carol Queen
    • Aneros
    • Adam and Eve
    • Condomania
    • Frederick's of Hollywood
    • Good Vibrations
    • Lover's Lane
    • Naughty Time Novelty
    • OhMiBod
    • Pure Romance
    • Priscillas
    • Slightly Sinful
    • The Rabbit
    • Victoria Secret
    • Xandria
    • Walgreen's

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Sexually transmitted diseases and concerns

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Safe sex is essentially avoiding getting your partner or partner's blood, vaginal fluids, semen and breast milk inside your body, and it's easily avoided so long as you take precautions. The only way to save yourself needing a sex test to check for nasty sexually transmitted diseases like Chlamydia, hepatitis a, b and c, HIV and so on is by using CONDOMS to protect yourself.

This advice extends to sex toys as well, though using a condom on a vibrator may not be so much fun, but you can still take care to make sure no bodily fluids are passed on to another by making sure you clean your sex toys after each and every use, especially if different people are going to be using them.

The same thing applies for your anal sex health concerns, masturbation health concerns and your oral sex health concerns as well avoid all exchange of bodily fluids and you'll be fine.

 

 

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