STD/STI Prevention 10
If you're having sex, there isn't "safe sex" -- but there is "safERsex."
The only true type of "safe sex" is no sex. The only way to completely eliminate your risk of getting an STD/STI is to avoid any sexual contact that involves the potential for body fluid transmission or skin-to-skin contact.
If you are even a little bit in the dark, go to STD/STI Basics to get a clear understanding of this risk safely under your belt, where you can use it when you need it.
How to have safer sex.
So ok, we really like this video, but it's called "How to Have SAFE Sex" and as we just told you that's not really possible. The video is actually all about having Safer Sex. Other than the title, it's full of accurate information about what you can do to protect yourself and others -- presented in a fun way. Check it out.
How to have safer sex in a nutshell, or where ever.
If you choose to have sex, you can reduce your risk of getting or giving an STD/STI by practicing these three ground rules for "safer sex:"