Some like it...

With variety?

Maybe you like one thing one day and another thing the next. Great! Learning how to protect yourself and others for any type of situation is the most important. Read about how you can stay healthy here

Picking up online a lot?

Finding the hottest guy within a mile radius of you who is DTF makes it easy to find the kind of sex you want with the kind of guy you want. Since sex is so easily available, you may feel like you want to do it again and again. However, if you are having sex with a lot of guys from dating apps, the guys you're meeting probably are too. So how do you get off while staying healthy? Read about it here

Using drugs while having sex?

Using drugs like meth, crack cocaine or weed before or during sex may increase the risk of picking up or passing on HIV and other STDs. This is because your judgment isn't the same when you are high and it is more likely you will do things you wouldn't normally do. If you think you are going to be in a situation where drugs are available, make sure to take condoms and lube with you. If you realize things are getting hot with him and you don't have any condoms, ask him or someone else if they have some. If not, consider doing other things together, like blow jobs or mutual touching. Read more about other things you can do together here.   

With women or transwomen?

However you like to get off, that's up to you! Getting tested regularly, using condoms and talking about sexual history are important habits to staying healthy no matter who is between your sheets. 

With transmen? 

Again, having great sex can be with anyone who makes you feel good. No matter who your partner is, you should get tested regularly, use condoms and talk about sexual history. It is also important to talk about what makes you and your partner comfortable.

Sex is more than having certain body parts though. We don't need to get into the details, but communication is the first step. Talking about where you like to be touched, where you don't like to be touched and what you are willing to explore together is one of the first steps to a great and healthy sex life. If your partner insists on a sexual act that makes you feel uncomfortable, you have the right to say “no.” No matter what genital shape you possess, you are desirable and worthy of having a great and healthy sex life. 



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