If you don't know the importance of having protected sex by now, you have probably been living under a rock.
Society has repeatedly driven home the magnitude of safe sex. The message is simple -- if you don't want to end up pregnant or with a sexually transmitted disease, cover up during your intimate encounters. The most effective way to prevent pregnancy or an infection from an STD is abstinence. While refusing sexual contact... Read More
One partner's low libido can be the downfall of a relationship. But if the cause is a medication, particularly one the partner needs for his or her health, then a couple can be in a tough situation. Here are some medications that can affect sex drive. Blood pressure problems can trickle down, so to speak, and become a major contributor to erectile dysfunction. Once blood pressure is lowered, it seems it would help the situation;... Read More
Many couples rely on the good, old-fashioned pull-out, or withdrawal, method for contraception. It's common practice for people whose religions eschew birth control or those who also rely on the rhythm method. The withdrawal method entails the man pulling his penis out of the vagina before ejaculating. Ideally, it keeps sperm from entering the vagina and fertilizing the egg. However, it's certainly not a failsafe method. When done... Read More