Getting Frisky Without Being Risky

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My boyfriend and I are disease-free and we both dislike condoms, but neither of us want an accidental pregnancy. I take the pill, and he uses the “pull-out” method, but other than that and peeing before sex to clear out sperm from pre-ejaculate fluid, are we taking every possible precaution? I don’t want to feel like we’re taking a huge gamble every time we have sex, and I don’t really know how big of a risk we’re taking. I feel like the law of probability will catch up to us the longer we stay together. —Law of ProbaPILLity

Check out what I had to say in The Link!

This question was originally asked October 29th, 2013.

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Sexual Health Basics

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In the final Sex & Pancakes of the semester I went answered some recurring questions I receive. Among them are:

What’s the deal with testing?
Do I need to get a pap test every year?
How do I get the morning after pill?
Where can I get free condoms?

Check out what I had to say in The Link!

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Back Pocket Protection

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NEVER keep a condom in your wallet or back pocket because the friction and body heat from sitting and moving around can wear it down, making it more likely to break. It’s probably safe if you’re just keeping that condom there for a day or two, but don’t store a condom long-term in your wallet if you actually plan on using it someday!

To learn more check out Protection, Protection in the Link.