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Some Advice Please On Bisexualality!!!

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Hi.


I really dont mean to be crude about my question.So sorry if I offend anyone or come across as naieve.


I am newly bi sexual,i am female.I am wanting to embark on some physical action with a woman.But how do I make sure I protect myself? I mean in a realtionship with a man the man can wear a condom.But no one ever tells you how to protect yourself when in a woman to woman relationship.This is probably not going to be a long term relationship either.How do I stop my self from contracting any nasties?? Any info would be great and most appreciated. Xxxx Laughing
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replied February 25th, 2004
I don't think anyone has answered you simply because we don't know.Try phoning an std clinic they will know but I don't think there is anything you can use.
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replied February 25th, 2004
Extremely eHealthy
Exactly, I have absolutely no idea.
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replied March 2nd, 2004
Experienced User
Hey
This may sound wierd, but there is this show on tv, at night on the oh! Channel, I don't know if any of you have watched it. It is called talk sex with sue. It is really odd, but this old women answers all these sexual questions and I happened to flip through it the other day, and she was answering a phone call. The person on the phone asked how women can protect themselves, and she said that you can use a regular condom, you just cutt of the tip, and cut down the middle, and use it as a shield type thing. Or there is actually this latex shield thing you can buy, but I have no idea where you could get one, or if these even really work. I thought it was really funny seeing this old lady talk about all these sex positions and give people sex advice, but hey, somebody's got to do it. Good luck!!
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replied March 3rd, 2004
Experienced User
The best thing to do is to be open and honest with your partner. You could both go to a clinic to get tested just so you can be more assured. And about protecting yourself in the future, I think you should use a female condom. Just be careful..
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