Online STD Testing
When I first started having penetrative sex, I was blown away by how good it felt. I don’t think I had ever experienced a greater amount of pleasure in my life. I often tried to explain how much I was enjoying this new discovery to my female friends at the time. But, instead of empathising, they used to look at me as though I was speaking a foreign language. They didn’t seem to comprehend that sex could be so satisfying for a woman on a purely physiological level.
Whenever I felt a hard penis inside me, not only did I feel connected to the owner of that given penis, but I was also connecting to myself. Thanks to penetration, I was able to enjoy A spot orgasms almost instantaneously, every time. There’s a lot of talk about the G spot, but according to my experience, the A spot was always where the party was at. For those of you who are unfamiliar with it, it is a sensitive area, deeper inside the vagina, close to the cervix.
This type of stimulation nearly always resulted in an orgasm, which was great if it was during penetration. Unfortunately, I was unable to replicate that same sensation when I was alone. Well, not until years later when I started to use sex toys. When I was able to give myself the same pleasure without the headache of dealing with a boyfriend, my life was revolutionised. I was finally orgasmically independent.
Anyway, back to my sexual beginnings…
It was when I was discovering the virtues of penetrative sex that I received an important life lesson about STDs from a good friend of mine. She didn’t enjoy penetrative sex like I did, unfortunately. She was more focused on the emotional connection and relied on cunnilingus to reach orgasm. One day, she discovered that she had contracted an STD and it was her boyfriend who had passed it on to her. Apparently, it was the result of his numerous infidelities that she, up until that point, had been blissfully unaware of. So, she had two problems to deal with. I remember feeling so sorry for her and I never knew what to say to her to make her feel better. Fortunately, she got rid of the STD, but it took her a couple more years to get rid of her useless boyfriend.
Her situation served as an example to me. I always vowed to be extra careful where safe sex was concerned. I have always been religious about condom use. Not that condoms usually have much to do with religion. Those men who have been lucky enough to share my bed and enjoy intimacy have never once complained about my condom-wearing demands. I am so grateful for that.
Personally, I just won’t tolerate the ‘I can’t feel anything’ excuse. It’s true that you can feel more if you go without. For example, you might feel itching, soreness, and possibly an unwanted pregnancy. As much as I love orgasms, no climax in the world is worth taking that risk. When I’m having sex, I want to worry about other things such as: which position shall we try next?
Despite my good intentions as far as safe sex is concerned, a condom can still break. it seems that even condoms aren’t enough to protect you from certain STDs. It’s always a good idea to get tested from time to time. Whatever your STD status may be, you and your partners need to know either way. And, of course, you can the get treatment you need.
These days, you can get online 100% confidential STD testing.
If you’re in the US, take a look at www.STDCheck.com It’s a discreet online STD testing service.
HOW IT WORKS:
Step 1: Online or by phone. Choose from a 10-Test Panel or individual tests.
Step 2: With over 4,500 testing centres nationwide, there’s bound to be one near you. The testing process only takes a few minutes.
Step 3: Test results are emailed to you within 1-2 days.
For more information about safe sex and STDs, visit: https://www.stdcheck.com/blog/
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