Cutting Holes in Condoms:  Sabotage Legalities

When considering sexual assault, it’s common to think only of stranger raping a woman in some secluded location or someone molesting a child. However, there is much more to sexual assault than just scenarios like these. You’ve probably heard stories of women who lied about taking contraceptives to get pregnant. There is actually a term for it. It is […]


Allergic to Latex?  Use One of These Alternatives

Alternatives to latex condoms

Many people are allergic to latex. Latex allergies or latex sensitivity can cause unpleasant and severe symptoms, none of which is sexy or safe. Still, this does not mean that you cannot have safe sex. As a matter of fact, there are plenty alternatives for safe sex that exclude latex condoms. If you have a […]


What If I’ve Never Been Tested for STDs?

According to shocking surveys, nearly half of the population has never been tested for STDs. The fertility app called Kindara asked 1,000 women and men about their opinions regarding safe sex. 44% of men and 30% of women confessed to having never been tested for sexually transmitted diseases. People are playing Russian roulette with their sex life! […]


Home Remedies for Herpes

When medications do not work or you prefer not to use them, there is a grand number of alternative treatment options that can help you deal with the outbreaks of herpes. Seeing that herpes is a chronic disease for which there is no cure, infected people should consider all things that bring them relief, especially […]


Herpes Outbreak Cycles

Herpes is a very common sexually transmitted disease. In fact, one in six people in the United States between the ages of 14 and 49 are infected with herpes. There are two types of herpes, which are Herpes Simplex 1, which is generally cold sores, and Herpes Simplex 2, which is often genital herpes.   […]


How Chlamydia Avoids the Immune System

Chlamydia or Chlamydia trachomatis is the most common sexually transmitted infection on a worldwide level. At this point, 7-8% of UK people aged under 25 are infected with the bacteria. Furthermore, 70% of all infected women and 50% of men with the infection do not experience any symptoms when infected. Therefore, the risk of getting […]


The History of Hepatitis A

The World Health Organization identifies Hepatitis A as one of the oldest known diseases the humankind has faced. First discovered by Steven M.Feinstone back in 1973, Hepatitis A was called various names since it started infecting people (epidemic jaundice, epidemic hepatitis, catarrhal jaundice and infectious hepatitis). WHO defined hepatitis as spherical, non-developed, positive stranded RNA […]


Differences Between Herpes Simplex I And Herpes Simplex II

How Common is Herpes?

In the United States, Herpes is a common and easily spread sexually transmitted disease (STD). More than one out of every six people ages 14-49 years old have genital herpes. However, because so many people are infected but do not exhibit any symptoms, this disease is unknowingly spread from person to person through sexual contact. […]


The New Gonorrhea Super Strain

The World Health Organization reported that patients all over the world are infected by a new, super strain of gonorrhea. And we do not say ‘super’ because the strain is good or somewhat easier than the other gonorrhea types. On the opposite, this ‘super gonorrhea’ is impossible to fight off. Something like a super force […]