Safer Girl-Girl Sex
LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP
Safer girl-girl sex? One of the simplest ways to decrease your risk of picking up an STD or HIV is to look before you do anything. This means look at her vagina and inspect it before it rubs up against your leg, your vagina, or your mouth. You will be surprised at what you will notice if you just look. . If it doesn’t look right, then it’s not. Do not believe, they’re razor bumps or I’ve had that since I was born.
You shouldn’t spend hours grinding with a girl if you haven’t seen any papers that she is HIV and or STD negative. The longer you grind, the more likely it is that you will rub each other raw. When your skin is raw, it means that you have tiny cuts on it. These tiny cuts will get you in trouble. STDs and HIV can easily enter these cuts. So if you don’t know who you’re working with, just freak on her for a small amount of time. . .if at all.
If you bite your nails or chew on your skin, you place yourself at a disadvantage when it comes to safe sex with another lady. The cuts and sores on your fingers are open areas that infection can easily enter. So you have to cover up the fingers with sores on them, or you should use a finger that does not have a sore on it.
COVER YOUR FINGERS
If you plan on fingering a lady, you should protect the areas of your fingers that have cuts on them. If you just got a manicure, your cuticles probably still have cuts on them, so you should either not finger her, or you should cover your fingers with either a finger condom, a polyurethane glove, or a latex glove.
GLOVES OR FINGER COTS
Many laugh at this idea, but this is safe girl/girl sex at it’s finest. If your fingers are protected, there is no way that infection or STDs can enter your bloodstream. You do not have to tell her that you are using protection, you can just slide it on, and the two of you will never have to have the conversation. However, the best way to do it is to have a safe sex conversation ahead of time. A little honesty NEVER hurt anybody.
KEEP YOUR PANTIES ON
Panties can double as a barrier between your vagina and hers. If one or both of you keeps your panties on, there will not be as much skin-to-skin and vagina-to-vagina fluid contact. But be careful because if the corners of your pubic areas are still touching, then this is still skin-to-skin contact, and you can still catch things like genital warts and herpes.
AVOID SEX DURING YOUR PERIOD
Blood has high concentrations of HIV in it. If you are not sure that the lady you are with is HIV negative, then you should avoid contact with her blood. If you must have sex during this time, you must use a glove or a finger condom.
SARAN WRAP WORKS
OK, the concept of safer sex when two ladies are involves, means that you try to spend as little amount of time with her vagina and her vagina juices on your skin as possible. This is a very simple concept and you have to be creative in order to continue to enjoy yourself while in the heat of the moment. You can put a piece of saran wrap in between the two of you and this will make it so that both of you keep your juices to yourselves.
WASH YOUR HANDS & TRIM YOUR NAILS
Respect your partner enough to remove all of the dirt and grime from beneath your fingernails. You would be surprised to note how much bacteria is harbored beneath your nails. Make sure the edges of your nails are smooth so that you do not cut her if you decide to put your fingers inside of her vagina.
IF YOU DON’T KNOW HER, DON’T EAT HER OUT
All types of things can go wrong if you eat out the wrong person. If you have not reviewed her medical results, find ways to please her other than eating her out. When she cares enough to get tested and to show you the results, then indulge in oral pleasure, but not until.
DO NOT VIGOROUSLY SUK ON HER NIPPLES
If she is pregnant, then you will end up with a mouthful of breast milk. Since you can never tell whether a woman is pregnant or not, why risk it. Next to blood, breast milk carries the second highest concentration of HIV. If you don’t know her, don’t do it.
IF YOU ARE GOING TO GO DONW, DON’T FLOSS OR EAT CERTAIN FOODS
When it cums to contracting HIV, the problem with eating someone out is not really the act itself, but it is the concept that some of the woman’s infected vaginal fluid might enter into your bloodstream through a sore or a cut in your mouth. So if you plan to eat someone out that you don’t know (meaning that you don’t know her HIV/STD status), do not do anything that will cut your mouth. This includes sucking on lollipops, brushing your teeth, flossing, and eating dry cereal. All of these things will put cuts in your mouth and increase your risk of infection. If you have braces, just forget about it!