Dams are a thin sheet of latex or plastic which are used when people have oral sex. Although a lot of people would like to use them they are getting very difficult to find. So here is a quick blog about why people use them, and how you can make your own.
You are always telling me how much you love a quiz so here, have an STI quiz. You are very welcome.
Why does using a condom kill the mood and why I think that this is actually a good thing?
Here’s the Bish guide to what is stealthing, why it’s bad, and advice for you if you are a would be stealther.
So we’ve all been taught that we should use condoms for vaginal or anal sex because sexually transmitted infections can be spread that way. But do we need to use a condom for oral? Or a dental dam (thin sheet of latex that you can lick through)?
Your chill AF and accurate guide to STIs. What they are, how you can avoid them and how you can get tests and treatments. With no gruesome pics or stories.
HPV is a very very common infection which can be caught from having sex or skin on skin contact with someone. Although it sounds scary it only very rarely causes problems.
Gonorrhoea is not that common. It’s very infectious, easy to test for but is getting harder to treat.
Chlamydia is a very common STI. Often it has no symptoms so we can have it and not know. Tests and treatment are free, confidential and easy.
The facts about HIV and AIDS and why we make a big deal about it on December 1st.
Herpes is a treatable and often mild virus which isn’t as serious as it sounds.