World Sexual Health Day 2013

world-sexual-health-day-2013Yay! A day, worldwide, devoted to sexual health! What could be better? Hmm… maybe a day devoted to orgasms.

Anyway, I’ve got to turn this into a PSA, as I am a huge advocate for sexual health. So here we go!

Make yourself a to-do list for your sexual health and make sure to include the following:

  • Get tested. If you’ve had sex, even if it has always been with a condom, you should still get tested. Some STDs can get passed from one person to another without ever having sperm in your vagina. If you need to keep it discreet or aren’t comfortable going to your regular doctor, find a place here to get tested.
  • Carry condoms: If there is any chance, ever, that you could end up in bed with someone, you better make sure you’ve got your own protection. You wouldn’t trust you car with just anyone, don’t trust them with your cock either. And it sucks bad when you are hot and heavy, hands all over one another, and realize neither of you have a rubber. And it makes it all too easy to just say “fuck it” and fuck. Don’t get yourself in that situation, because like most, it’s going to be way harder to get out of then it was to get into.
  • Get off. Cum on, that should be on everyone’s to-do list every day! But really, regular orgasms are a necessary part to a healthy sex life. So grab a friend, a vibrator, or an apple pie, and get your rocks off.
  • Masturbate. By touching yourself, you learn your body. By learning your body, you learn how to cum. By learning how to cum, you’ve just made your sex life about a thousand times more fulfilling.
  • Ditch the embarrassment: Sex is a natural part of being human. It’s fun and enjoyable and just about everyone you know has done it at some point or another. So there is absolutely nothing, repeat nothing, to be embarrassed about when it comes to talking about sex or doing the dead itself. I’m not saying you need to shout it from the roof tops, but it’s time to talk to your partner and engage in a conversation about sex. If you’re still embarrassed, shut off the lights and talk in the dark.
  • Respect others: My favorite color’s blue, while M’s is green. I don’t judge him for that. The same principle applies to sex. Don’t judge other’s for their kinks, fetishes, or lack there of, because we all get off on what we get off on. If you don’t like it, keep your mouth shut and get over it.
  • Remember No means No: And don’t ever let anyone tell you otherwise.
  • Seek help: If you are having problems, whether it has to do with impotency, difficulty with natural lubrication, or coming to terms with some past trauma, seek professional help. No one is going to judge you, no one is going to think less of you. It’s time to get healthy, and you have got to make the first step.

So there you go. A quick little list that can help to keep you healthy and happy and cumming. And there’s no better day than Sexual Health Day to get yourself started.

*hugs and kisses* *tickles and tongues*

12 responses to “World Sexual Health Day 2013

  1. Here is a link to the World Association for Sexual Health and their Declaration of Sexual Rights.

  2. Dear Caitlyn,
    Fantastic Post. Thanks to @Ankoku for the link : )

  3. Hi LSAM!
    I’m thinking of writing about some medical aspects of sexuality too because I saw this documentary on television and it has gotten me quite worked up!

    Great post! I think that masturbation is so important as well, it’s great for your brain! You are right about sexual preferences being like favorite ridiculous of us to ever judge that stuff.



    • Hello darling Dawn. Mwah! Everyone needs to masturbate. I haven’t masturbated in damn near a month, I bet, and I just told M the other day that I needed to start again. I seem to go through phases where I forget about it, and then I’m always so happy when I find my way back! *hugs and kisses*

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