Things you should know when you want to have sex:

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If you do not want to become pregnant (and you should not want this at the age of adolescence), contraceptive methods are not optional, they are mandatory

• The only protection against STDs is the condom, which also protects you from unwanted pregnancies

• STDs are also transmitted through oral sex, so a method of protection is needed (condom)Things you should know when you want to have sex:

 

If you do not want to become pregnant (and you should not want this at the age of adolescence), contraceptive methods are not optional, they are mandatory

• The only protection against STDs is the condom, which also protects you from unwanted pregnancies

• STDs are also transmitted through oral sex, so a method of protection is needed (condom)

• If your partner is a minor, under the influence of drugs or alcohol, if he or she is pressured or threatened in any way, if he or she says NO or STOP at some point, you are not legally allowed (but  nor moral) to venture into sexual contact.  This is sexual abuse and is punishable by law

• You may become pregnant or you may become infected with any sexually transmitted disease from a single unprotected contactThings you should know when you want to have sex:

• Methods of contraception and prevention of STD infestation are effective as long as they are used correctly.  Missing contraceptives and reused condoms put you in danger of facing unwanted situations

• If you are not feeling well emotionally or physically, you should stop having sex, do something you do not want to do or do well at that moment.

 

What not to miss when you want to have sex:

• A partner who is legally able to have sex

• Effective and correctly used methods of contraception.

• Protection against sexually transmitted diseases, a male condom or a female condom

• Realistic expectations about what sex will and will not mean to you

• A safe place to have sex

• Respect and trust (ideally derived from love) between the two partners

• If your partner is a minor, under the influence of drugs or alcohol, if he or she is pressured or threatened in any way, if he or she says NO or STOP at some point, you are not legally allowed (but  nor moral) to venture into sexual contact.  This is sexual abuse and is punishable by law

• You may become pregnant or you may become infected with any sexually transmitted disease from a single unprotected contact

• Methods of contraception and prevention of STD infestation are effective as long as they are used correctly.  Missing contraceptives and reused condoms put you in danger of facing unwanted situations

• If you are not feeling well emotionally or physically, you should stop having sex, do something you do not want to do or do well at that moment.

 

What not to miss when you want to have sex:

• A partner who is legally able to have sexThings you should know when you want to have sex:

• Effective and correctly used methods of contraception.

• Protection against sexually transmitted diseases, a male condom or a female condom

• Realistic expectations about what sex will and will not mean to you

• A safe place to have sex

• Respect and trust (ideally derived from love) between the two partners

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