Message in a Rubber: Powerful Thoughts Behind Winning Condom Photos
“How do you take pieces of condoms and use it to convey powerful and compelling messages through photographs? Artists, photographers, hobbyists, and enthusiasts took on this challenge when they joined the Shoot the Rubber Photography Contest held from July 27th to August 5th, 2020, as a highlight of the first ever National HIV Prevention Month (NHPM).
Triangle of Self Care: Chronicles of Correct and Consistent Condom Use
LoveYourself created a healthy sexual lifestyle guide called the “Triangle of Self-Care” or TSC. It’s comprised of three easy steps: (1) Timely testing and treatment, (2) Safe and satisfying sex, and (3) Correct and consistent use of condoms. It’s simple, effective, and will take you a long way in your sexual conquest.
Cut or Uncut? No Problem!
For Filipinos, circumcision is a social norm and is considered as a rite of passage for majority of pre-pubescent males. In fact, according to a 2011 report, 93% of Filipino males are cut. So, it is not common to meet uncircumcised guys here. However, meeting one is not impossible. So what do you do when you meet one? Here are a few things you might consider.
Safe, Satisfying, and Longer Lasting Sex
Everyone longs for something that lasts. May it be for our own personal career growth, romantic relationships or even sex, we always yearn for longevity that can stand the test of time. At the same time, we want to experience also that feeling of elation which pushes us to the point of no return.
Triangle of Self-Care: Condom Use | The Key to Effectivity is Correctness and Consistency
The basics of HIV Transmission (ESSE) states that if one of the four conditions (exit, survive, sufficiency, entry) is not satisfied, no transmission will occur. Insofar as going against these conditions is concerned, the use of condoms provides us with a very reliable line of protection to prevent HIV transmission by blocking the entry of the virus.