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In today’s world, with hundreds of options in front of you in the apps, ready to connect with a flick of the finger, the timeframe for “before sex” can be extremely short.

Assuming I've managed to catch you before diving into the throes of passion, I'd be thrilled to share with you various measures you can take to ensure a safe and enjoyable sexual experience. We’ll explore these tips and tricks for the encounters you planned and the ones you didn’t. 

I'm not just talking about the short-term. There are lots of things you can do regularly, that may even become routine, so that when the time comes (and I promise you that it will...) everything will be ready. 



Getting Vaccinated

Daring, I don't like needles either! But I never refuse vaccines for sexually transmitted diseases.

Taking PrEP

One of the most advanced ways to prevent HIV infection is pre-exposure prophylaxis. But for it to be effective you need to know exactly how to take it.

Buying a condom

The most effective way to prevent sexually transmitted diseases is that stretchy weird-looking rubber, that you almost forgot even exists.

Checking undetectable status

You may not know anything about it, but trust me, you want to know your HIV status.

So what can you do before?

An enema?!

It doesn't matter if you're trying to "get clean" for yourself or your partner, these tips will help you go through this process smoothly.


It's great to want to have sex, but how do you know if the person you're with wants it too?

Routing screening

Regularly getting tested for sexually transmitted diseases allows you to detect and treat these things early and reduces the chances of infecting your partners.

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