Under no circumstances, should you feel intimidated to take control of your sexual health and safety. Being prepared, ready, and safe is not only wise but healthy. Preventing getting or spreading sexually transmitted infections helps you and your partner to stay disease-free. At some point or another, we’ve all heard the talk about practicing safe-sex. And even though we practice most of the things we know about safe-sex, are we doing so safely? Are condoms or birth control part of your safe sex practice?
Safer-sex is all about protecting yourself and your partners from sexually transmitted infections. But, beyond that, it’s about staying healthy. The following quiz will reveal if you’re practicing safe-sex safely or if you should revise the safer sex conversation with your partners.