Safe sex is advisable at all times and it does not only mean using condoms. Safe sex also means being careful with whom you are having a physically intimate relationship and getting your partner tested for STDs before entering a serious commitment. At present, you are the only person who he is involved with but previously he had other adult and intimate relationships. It is your duty towards yourself to be medically tested before entering matrimony and promising exclusivity. A medical test is also required for your mental satisfaction because many a time individuals incur sexually transmitted diseases without knowing. Safe sex doesn’t mean that there is a lack of trust in your relationship. It rather implies that you both are conscientious adults who want to commit to each other seriously.
Condoms need not make sex boring or reduce the pleasure of sex. You can help in maximizing the pleasure of sex for your partner even when he is wearing a condom. One easy way to do this is squeezing your thighs together when he is inside your vagina. No matter which position you two prefer, missionary or doggy style, squeezing your legs will put extra pressure on the penis of the man and make him squirm with delight. Take the initiative and get the condom out on your own. Cover your teeth with lips and touch the erected head of his penis with your lips. Push down the condom with your lips and also use your hands to be deft. Such stimulation can only make your man desire to wear condoms. Create a V with your two fingers and place it at your genital at the two sides of the base of his penis. Press them together to give him the sensations he will never forget. Summary Safe sex is not a matter of worry. It can be fun if you try different tactics. Discussing safe sex is necessary for all the couples. Couples in seriously committed relationship should also get medically tested for STDs, before marriage and kids happen.]]>