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Want to know some simple ways to look after your physical, mental, and emotional health before, during, and after sex?
These hot tips are going to help you get the most out of your sexual experiences!
Talking with your partner/s about sex will allow you to find out what turns them on and makes them feel good. You’ll also be able to share with them what you like.
If you have a vulva, make sure you pee after sex. During sex, germs can come into contact with your urinary tract, a small hole just above your vagina. Peeing after sex helps flush those germs out. If you don't pee after sex, you could get a urinary tract infection (UTI) which is treatable, but pretty uncomfortable!
Wash your hands well before AND after sexual play to prevent the spread of infection.
Condoms are the BEST way to prevent an unplanned pregnancy and protect against STIs. Condoms help you to enjoy sex without the worry!
Contraception prevents an unplanned pregnancy so you can enjoy sex without the worry.
This reduces the risk of passing on, or getting an STI. It’s a good idea to use condoms with penis-shaped sex toys, or ‘dildos’.
Don’t brush your teeth within 30 minutes or so of sexual play because it can irritate your gums and create small cuts that increase your chances of getting an infection (use mouthwash or sugar-free gum if you want to freshen your breath).
Keep checking in with yourself and your partner/s during sex to make sure you’re both enjoying it! Consent is key!
You and your partner/s may orgasm, or you may not. Sex doesn’t have to involve orgasm to be enjoyable.
There are lots of different types of sex. Sex doesn’t just have to be vaginal, or penis-in-vagina sex. Talk with your partner/s about what you’re both comfortable exploring. There are many ways to be sexual and experience pleasure!
There’s nothing worse than being distracted by your phone going off during sex. Turn it off or put it on silent so you can be fully present with your partner/s.
No one looks hot all the time! As long as you and your partner/s are enjoying yourselves, it doesn’t really matter what you look like.
Sex shouldn’t feel uncomfortable or painful. If something hurts, it’s best to listen to your body, and stop. It can also help to talk with your doctor or visit your local sexual health clinic.