IS WETTER SEX BETTER SEX?
Welcome to Winter in Whistler! Or if you are joining us from elsewhere, Willkommen, 歡迎光臨, Bienvenue, Добро пожаловать, Bienvenidos, ようこそ, Välkomna!
Moods and mounds of snow are on the up and up, as the rainforest’s November morphs into white-powder December!! Don’t forget that if you are in Whistler, or any other resort town or metropolitan area, you always want to leave here as healthy as you came. Be safe, not sorry–in sex and snow!
Safe Sexy Tips by Dr. Teresa will continue to cover HOT topics to help you stay healthy in your choices, and at the top of your game, through the winter in Whistler–or wherever you are reading this!
This winter we will cover the important theme of Making Safe Sex… Wetter! Yup, you heard me. There are many topics to cover in this area, and we will take them one at a time.
1) Intro to Body Fluids
2) Foreplay & fluids
3) To Lube or not to Lube
4) Jack & Jane (Need to knows Re: ejaculation & female ejaculation).
So tune in next month for session one on Wetter Sex is Better Sex. In the mean time, go get tested! You are entering one of the most active areas in the world for outdoor activities, and also indoor activities. We see more new cases of Chlamydia and Herpes here than almost anywhere. Don’t be silly. Be safe. You have come to a place where helmets are considered COOL, and condoms HOT. Don’t be foolish: if you play here, play safe, covered that HEAD!
Visit the SAFE CLINIC in Whistler Health Care Center, or any other medical clinic in town, wherever you live, for sexual health screening. You can ask for an STI screen (Sexually Transmitted Infections) and this will screen for HIV, hepatitis A/B/C, Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis. It will not screen for Herpes, but if you are worried about Herpes, or anything else, talk to us: Sexual Health Nurses, Doctors, Therapists, Health educators. Talk to us about how to protect against, prevent, treat or deal with any of these infections.
Most importantly: You came here to LIVE! WEAR YOUR HELMETS AND LATEX!