When we talk about the way we think about making sexual decisions in our personal lives, the decision to engage in sexual activity with other people is very personal and is usually based on a number of social factors, such as personal values, cultural beliefs, and self-esteem is affected by others people.
There are many reasons why people have sex. Sometimes it’s a conscious choice and sometimes things happen in the moment. If you are consciously thinking about whether or not you want to engage in sexual activities with other people, some things to consider may include:-
Important point one – What are the reasons for my desire to explore sexual activity?
For physical and/or emotional pleasure, intimacy, with partner(s), for boredom, for distraction, under pressure, for reproduction, for fun, for experimentation, for work, for expectation As in, to keep someone happy one partner, making the other feel sexually attractive, for fear of losing the relationship.
Important point two–
Safe sex is sexual contact that does not involve the exchange of semen, vaginal fluid, or blood between partners. Learn to practice safe sex.
If used correctly, condoms can dramatically reduce the risk of most sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and unintended pregnancies.
Important point three–
Is there anything I should know before engaging in sexual activities with other people? Yes, that is correct.
Important point four –
Am I trying to prevent pregnancy? (This question includes anyone whose bodies could get pregnant, whether they are cis women, people of gender diversity, people of all gender identities, partners of someone who can get pregnant, etc.)
Important point five-
Am I trying to avoid sexually transmitted infections (STIs)?
If so, what information do I need to play safely and where can I find the safe sex supplies I may need?
How can I communicate my desire to use safe sex supplies with my sexual partner?
Are they on the same page about STI prevention?
Important point six-
Can I talk to this person or people about my decision to have sex?
Are there specific things I want to talk to this person(s) about, such as what our expectations might be, what sexual activities we would like to know about, our sexual the past, safe words, how to get permission, etc.
Bottom line –
If you follow good decision-making habits, most problems will go away on their own or not turn in your favor. So try to understand your life partner’s needs, feelings, and anything else important. If all kinds of simple tips fail don’t worry, you should see a doctor or sexologist, so they can give a better assessment.
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