If you were born and raised on a desert island, you wouldn’t miss your i Phone or know that the Internet exists.
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Part of the reason talking birth control can be awkward is it forces us to acknowledge our own sex drives.
Get comfortable embracing the fact you were born a sexual being—even if that means setting a monthly date on your Google calendar to explore your sensuality.
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(That’s also why there’s some lag time before your comment shows up.) We greatly appreciate your presence here and welcome your participation 24/7/365.
Technology can also be used to your advantage to email or text quick questions. ” is worth the ask before accepting an invite from your FWB.
And remember, if you are comfortable enough with someone to get sexually intimate, it should be okay to ask if they’ve been tested and insist that a condom is used.
So if your aunt or older sister bring up getting it on or getting on birth control, take it as an opportunity to ask about their experiences.
Or feel free to bring it up yourself—they probably have great insight to share.
Finding out your grandma was called “buttered biscuit” may be a bit much to take in, but the truth is all of our grandmothers had sex!