Scarleteen’s Safer Sex…For Your Heart!

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Hi Cornerites,
Okay, seriously, stop what you’re doing and go read Heather Corinna’s blog post on emotionally safe sex. Like, right now. I’ll wait.

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You done?
Okay, here’s my favorite paragraph:

Just like using condoms, gloves and dams, and having regular sexual health care is preventative medicine to do your best to stay physically safe and healthy; being on the lookout for high emotional risks, hurtful or unrealistic situations, or potential sexual and emotional trouble is preventative medicine to stay emotionally healthy, and help those you’re involved with do the same. It’d be silly and shortsighted to only give information on a sexually transmitted disease after one already has it, or to avoid looking at what we could do to lessen the likelihood of getting one in the first place. So, think of the following pages as preventative medicine for sexually transmitted infections of the emotional variety. If you get informed, keep a watchful eye and protect yourself and those you care for from the very start, you’re much more likely to remain healthy and happy and sexually well, above, as well as below, the waist.

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So, the next time you’re starting a relationship, make sure the sex is as safe to your heart as it is to your body. And if a relationship you are in somehow messes with your heart OR your body, come to the Corner Health Center to make sure you are as healthy as you can be.

One good Pokemon pic deserves another

Have Fun. Be Safe.

Craig

About Craig VanKempen

Craig Vankempen, LMSW, MPH is the Corner's resident Jack of all Trades. Not only does he have a lot of letters behind his name, he works with the Theatre Troupe, in the clinic flexing his therapist muscle, and has taken on the title of "Corner Health Center Sexy Sexpert Sexuality Blogger." A title that he may or may not have made up himself.

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