Safer Sex Advice from Dr. Rachael Ross

Safer Sex Advice from Dr. Rachael Ross

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Change the intimacy rules. Who says that being sexy is all about looks? Being sexy is visual but it is also very mental as well. Dr. Rachael says being able to trust your partner and your circumstances amps up the intimacy. “Safer sex is the ultimate turn on and it is the best way to build intimacy and trust in a relationship. When you practice safer sex you don’t have to spend the next day worrying and wondering whether you’ve contracted HIV, an alternate STD, or even an unplanned pregnancy. What is sexier than knowing that no matter how wild things get, that you have protected yourself? All it takes is a little preparation, planning, and an active imagination.”

Open your mouth…and speak. Once the trust has been established in a relationship, partners can let their guard down and enjoy sex to the fullest. Dr. Rachael says once you know your partner’s status, fear not. “Don’t be afraid of what you like and enjoy. Let your imagination run wild! And when you have a partner that you trust and know, the sky is the limit as to what you two can accomplish sexually. Let your partner know what you like and don’t like, what you fantasize about, and things that you would like to try. Who knows, he/she might surprise you with some fantasies of their own.”

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