Sometimes, just sometimes, sex is a bad idea. Stick around because in this article I’m going to list these rare occasions.
Sex is one of the most natural, primal and amazing things in the world. Sometimes, however, what feels so good might be harmful to either you or your partner’s mind and body. In such cases, where you feel like it poses a threat to either you or your partner, abstinence is a good idea. I’ve rounded up five instances that are further complicated by sex.
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When one of you has an infection
If you suspect that you may have contracted a sexually transmitted disease (STD), go straight to your doctor and get tested. Even mere suspicion of STDs such as HIV/AIDS, hepatitis or syphilis prompts doctors to advise ‘no sex’ till the suspicion is ruled out through tests. It’s better to be safe than sorry, no?
When your partner has pain down there
Pain during intercourse may be due to lack of lubrication, untreated genital infections, or rough penetration. It’s ill-advised to tolerate discomfort during sex. Pain is like an alarm, which should urge you to investigate the cause of the problem. Painful intercourse may lead to physical and psychological problems, and cause complications in your relationship.
When there’s no protection
If your partner isn’t comfortable having sex without a condom, she has every right to turn you down. You shouldn’t make her feel guilty about saying no, because having unprotected sex under duress is neither pleasurable nor safe, for either of you. Talk to your partner about why she’s uncomfortable with unprotected sex. Ask her to help you understand how she feels. Also, try to come up with a way to avoid this situation in the future. Instead of relying solely on one person to bring the condoms – you – maybe you could ask her to keep a couple at her place or in her purse, for emergencies.
When you’re unsure
There may be times when you want to have sex with someone, but you’re not completely sure about how you feel about her, or if you trust her. In times like these, it’s smarter to wait. Even if you know someone well and still find yourself hesitating, it’s better to pay heed to your gut feeling. Having sex when you’re unsure of it may cause you to feel guilty, agitated and remorseful later.
When you risk hurting someone
If you are seeing someone who is married or is in a relationship, then you may want to think about whether it’s worth taking things ahead. Do you really want to hurt people along the way? Step back and think twice before you make a decision. Ask yourself if you’re okay with helping someone commit adultery, and if you can trust her word about her sexual past.
P.S. Now that we’re done with the (very few!) instances when sex should not be on the cards, let’s direct our attention to the other side of the coin – when sex should and must be on the menu. When it comes to those, you want to raise up to the occasion, so check out my program on achieving G-Spot Bliss – G-Spot Orgasms Made Easy. You’ll learn how to play with the G-Spot and induce mind-blowing ecstasy and throbbing orgasms.