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1 30th July 01:45
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Using two forms of contraception will make you 1,000's of times safer
than using 1.

There are four main categories of contraceptives:
1.Condoms
2.Oral and Hormonal contraceptives such as the pill
3.The Pull-Out method
4.The Diaphragm or Cervical Cap.

Thus, you have six combinations to choose from:

Condoms and Birth Control
Condoms and Pull-Out
Birth Control and Pull-Out
Diaphragm and any of the other three

Risk of accidental pregnancy
(Assuming perfect use of the contraceptive)
Per Year (assuming 100 *** acts) Per Act
No protection 8 in 10 (1 in 1.25) 1 in 125
Condoms 1 in 50 1 in 5,000
Birth Control 1 in 200 1 in 20,000
Condoms & Birth Control 1 in 1,000,000 1 in 100,000,000

more info on this here:
http://groups.google.com/group/alt.seduction.fast/browse_thread/thread/8be21272398a29b3/bf28c0a941fd38c5?tvc=2&q=group:alt.seduction.fast&hl=en#bf28c0a941fd38c5

To have safe *** you should consider vaccinations against Hepatitis B,
and HPV/Genital Warts. A new vaccine called Gardasil is soon coming
out which will protect against 90% of the 1 million yearly cases of
genital warts and 70% of the 4.5 million total yearly cases of
subclinical HPV which cause 10,400 cases of cervical cancer and 3,900
deaths in the U.S. each year.
http://www.forbes.com/lifestyle/health/feeds/hscout/2006/04/06/hscout532001.html

ASK the other person if they have ever had Genital Warts, Herpes, HIV,
or any other disease.
Inspect their genitals for Warts and Herpes.
Do not have *** if you have sores, cuts or lesions in your mouth or on
your genitals, because it may increase the likelihood of contracting
HIV or Herpes.

Do not brush your teeth immediately before *** because it can lead to
small cuts, but use Antiseptic mouthwash such as Listerine (or Target
generic brand for 25% the price) or drink some alcohol before kissing.
This helps sterilize the mouth and helps cuts heal faster.

For more comprehensive info on ***ually transmitted diseases click
here:http://groups.google.com/group/alt.seduction.fast/browse_thread/thread/799572666ea5a701/6b6295c44515ce80?lnk=st&q=&rnum=1&hl=en#6b6295c44515ce80

If you are ***ually active it is wise to have a test for Gonorrhea, &
Chlamydia every 6-12 months, because these diseases are sometimes
asymptomatic and if not treated may lead to Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
(PID) and/or cause infertility.

While the risk of HIV is slimmer for hetero***uals, condoms reduce the
risk of HIV by 90%and provide some protection against other diseases.
A recent test provides more protection than a condom. Use a condom or
see proof your partner has been tested. Even so, if your partner has
only been tested for HIV; forgoing a condom will make it easier to
contract Herpes which is incurable. It also would make it easier to
catch other curable diseases which would require treatment. Condoms
only provide some protection against herpes; for the risk of
contracting herpes with & without condoms see:
http://groups.google.com/group/alt.seduction.fast/browse_thread/thread/28acf99e6d4728c1/919f1756b60299ad#9?19f1756b60299ad

The Crown Skinless Skin condom is a pretty good condom.
While the Crown Condom feels a little different than *** without a
condom, it's not worse or better, just different, so while it isn't ***
without a condom, it's not really worse either, just different.
http://www.condomdepot.com/product/detail.cfm/nid/183/pid/2105

Shower before *** and wash your crotch (and preferablly your whole
body) 3-5 times. Start at the head and work down. If you start
sweating change the water to COOL.
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2 30th July 01:45
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Default Safe *** Guide (condoms down infertility cancer herpes)


Using two forms of contraception will make you 1,000's of times safer
than using 1.

There are four main categories of contraceptives:
1.Condoms
2.Oral and Hormonal contraceptives such as the pill
3.The Pull-Out method
4.The Diaphragm or Cervical Cap.

Thus, you have six combinations to choose from:

Condoms and Birth Control
Condoms and Pull-Out
Birth Control and Pull-Out
Diaphragm and any of the other three

Risk of accidental pregnancy
(Assuming perfect use of the contraceptive)
Per Year (assuming 100 *** acts) Per Act
No protection 8 in 10 (1 in 1.25) 1 in 125
Condoms 1 in 50 1 in 5,000
Birth Control 1 in 200 1 in 20,000
Condoms & Birth Control 1 in 1,000,000 1 in 100,000,000

more info on this here:
http://groups.google.com/group/alt.seduction.fast/browse_thread/thread/8be21272398a29b3/bf28c0a941fd38c5?tvc=2&q=group:alt.seduction.fast&hl=en#bf28c0a941fd38c5

To have safe *** you should consider vaccinations against Hepatitis B,
and HPV/Genital Warts. A new vaccine called Gardasil is soon coming
out which will protect against 90% of the 1 million yearly cases of
genital warts and 70% of the 4.5 million total yearly cases of
subclinical HPV which cause 10,400 cases of cervical cancer and 3,900
deaths in the U.S. each year.
http://www.forbes.com/lifestyle/health/feeds/hscout/2006/04/06/hscout532001.html

ASK the other person if they have ever had Genital Warts, Herpes, HIV,
or any other disease.
Inspect their genitals for Warts and Herpes.
Do not have *** if you have sores, cuts or lesions in your mouth or on
your genitals, because it may increase the likelihood of contracting
HIV or Herpes.

Do not brush your teeth immediately before *** because it can lead to
small cuts, but use Antiseptic mouthwash such as Listerine (or Target
generic brand for 25% the price) or drink some alcohol before kissing.
This helps sterilize the mouth and helps cuts heal faster.

For more comprehensive info on ***ually transmitted diseases click
here:http://groups.google.com/group/alt.seduction.fast/browse_thread/thread/799572666ea5a701/6b6295c44515ce80?lnk=st&q=&rnum=1&hl=en#6b6295c44515ce80

If you are ***ually active it is wise to have a test for Gonorrhea, &
Chlamydia every 6-12 months, because these diseases are sometimes
asymptomatic and if not treated may lead to Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
(PID) and/or cause infertility.

While the risk of HIV is slimmer for hetero***uals, condoms reduce the
risk of HIV by 90%and provide some protection against other diseases.
A recent test provides more protection than a condom. Use a condom or
see proof your partner has been tested. Even so, if your partner has
only been tested for HIV; forgoing a condom will make it easier to
contract Herpes which is incurable. It also would make it easier to
catch other curable diseases which would require treatment. Condoms
only provide some protection against herpes; for the risk of
contracting herpes with & without condoms see:
http://groups.google.com/group/alt.seduction.fast/browse_thread/thread/28acf99e6d4728c1/919f1756b60299ad#9?19f1756b60299ad

The Crown Skinless Skin condom is a pretty good condom.
While the Crown Condom feels a little different than *** without a
condom, it's not worse or better, just different, so while it isn't ***
without a condom, it's not really worse either, just different.
http://www.condomdepot.com/product/detail.cfm/nid/183/pid/2105

Shower before *** and wash your crotch (and preferablly your whole
body) 3-5 times. Start at the head and work down. If you start
sweating change the water to COOL.
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3 30th July 01:45
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Posts: 1
Default Safe *** Guide (condoms down infertility cancer herpes)


Using two forms of contraception will make you 1,000's of times safer
than using 1.

There are four main categories of contraceptives:
1.Condoms
2.Oral and Hormonal contraceptives such as the pill
3.The Pull-Out method
4.The Diaphragm or Cervical Cap.

Thus, you have six combinations to choose from:

Condoms and Birth Control
Condoms and Pull-Out
Birth Control and Pull-Out
Diaphragm and any of the other three

Risk of accidental pregnancy
(Assuming perfect use of the contraceptive)
Per Year (assuming 100 *** acts) Per Act
No protection 8 in 10 (1 in 1.25) 1 in 125
Condoms 1 in 50 1 in 5,000
Birth Control 1 in 200 1 in 20,000
Condoms & Birth Control 1 in 1,000,000 1 in 100,000,000

more info on this here:
http://groups.google.com/group/alt.seduction.fast/browse_thread/thread/8be21272398a29b3/bf28c0a941fd38c5?tvc=2&q=group:alt.seduction.fast&hl=en#bf28c0a941fd38c5

To have safe *** you should consider vaccinations against Hepatitis B,
and HPV/Genital Warts. A new vaccine called Gardasil is soon coming
out which will protect against 90% of the 1 million yearly cases of
genital warts and 70% of the 4.5 million total yearly cases of
subclinical HPV which cause 10,400 cases of cervical cancer and 3,900
deaths in the U.S. each year.
http://www.forbes.com/lifestyle/health/feeds/hscout/2006/04/06/hscout532001.html

ASK the other person if they have ever had Genital Warts, Herpes, HIV,
or any other disease.
Inspect their genitals for Warts and Herpes.
Do not have *** if you have sores, cuts or lesions in your mouth or on
your genitals, because it may increase the likelihood of contracting
HIV or Herpes.

Do not brush your teeth immediately before *** because it can lead to
small cuts, but use Antiseptic mouthwash such as Listerine (or Target
generic brand for 25% the price) or drink some alcohol before kissing.
This helps sterilize the mouth and helps cuts heal faster.

For more comprehensive info on ***ually transmitted diseases click
here:http://groups.google.com/group/alt.seduction.fast/browse_thread/thread/799572666ea5a701/6b6295c44515ce80?lnk=st&q=&rnum=1&hl=en#6b6295c44515ce80

If you are ***ually active it is wise to have a test for Gonorrhea, &
Chlamydia every 6-12 months, because these diseases are sometimes
asymptomatic and if not treated may lead to Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
(PID) and/or cause infertility.

While the risk of HIV is slimmer for hetero***uals, condoms reduce the
risk of HIV by 90%and provide some protection against other diseases.
A recent test provides more protection than a condom. Use a condom or
see proof your partner has been tested. Even so, if your partner has
only been tested for HIV; forgoing a condom will make it easier to
contract Herpes which is incurable. It also would make it easier to
catch other curable diseases which would require treatment. Condoms
only provide some protection against herpes; for the risk of
contracting herpes with & without condoms see:
http://groups.google.com/group/alt.seduction.fast/browse_thread/thread/28acf99e6d4728c1/919f1756b60299ad#9?19f1756b60299ad

The Crown Skinless Skin condom is a pretty good condom.
While the Crown Condom feels a little different than *** without a
condom, it's not worse or better, just different, so while it isn't ***
without a condom, it's not really worse either, just different.
http://www.condomdepot.com/product/detail.cfm/nid/183/pid/2105

Shower before *** and wash your crotch (and preferablly your whole
body) 3-5 times. Start at the head and work down. If you start
sweating change the water to COOL.
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