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Safe sex means you are being sexually responsible for your health and safety. This means that you are using condoms and you are being aware of who your sexual partners are. Moreover, it means understanding the dangers of sexually transmitted diseases.
While this woman was able to educate people regarding STDs, she also seemingly crossed a boundary between what is personal and what is socially acceptable.
Find out why below.
Snapchat is a useful tool for sharing wonderful moments, but isn't this too personal?
Looks like the woman did not mind using Snapchat to inform others that she had STD.
There should have probably been a boundary dividing what is acceptable online and what is too private.
We get it, you have "clap" that is also known as gonorrhea. But did you really have to let everyone know that possibly multiple individuals had sex with you in just one month?
Some were just too speechless to say a word.
When you are having sex with multiple people, learn to use condoms to prevent sexually transmitted infections.
It might cost you to buy condoms all the time, but having gonorrhea will cost you more than money.
When you have gonorrhea, your urethra or vagina begins to have an inflammatory discharge. You would not want that at all.
In order to prevent "claps" or gonorrhea and other STIs, you should practice using condoms whenever vaginal sex happens.
Your partner might complain that wearing a condom does not feel as good as having intercourse without a condom, but what matters most is that both of you are practicing safe sex.