Triangle of Self Care: Safe and Satisfying Sex Stories

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[1]. 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.

Matching Safety With Satisfaction: Choosing Condoms

Sex can still be satisfying with a condom on. It’s just a matter of finding the right one that works for you and your partner. It’s 2018 and technology is continuously improving the products we use, and that includes condoms. Okamoto, a Japanese company and global brand, have dedicated themselves to innovating condoms, prioritizing thinness and softness as much as they do safety.

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.

Come in and Play: Safer Sex with Toys

When using adult toys we always aim to pleasure, to satisfy sexual needs be it done with a partner or alone. For those with a partner to play with, we may use them as part of foreplay by a vital part in attaining climax. Some of us can also use them during the main intercourse, which adds another layer of sensation towards safe and satisfying sex.

Triangle of Self-Care: The “ESSE”ntials of HIV Transmission

There are many ways to keep ourselves from forgetting simple but essential things. For instance, we use an alarm clock to help us wake up early and be on time for work; we use a bookmark to remind us where we are on a book we’re reading; we bring a grocery list to make our visit to the marketplace quick and easy – the list goes on. Well, this checklist we’re about to share with you may sound new, but it may help answer some of your questions about the essential conditions or factors regarding HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) infection.