I’ve been happily married for almost eighteen years (which makes me sound ancient, I know, but I got married before I was actually born – it was this whole wibbly-wobbly timey-wimey thing…) so I don’t really need a guide to safer sex, especially since I own a copy of Our Bodies, Ourselves which is probably the best guide to women’s health (sexual and otherwise) ever written for non-medical folk.
I also don’t have much use for dating sites, though I have no problem with them.
Nevertheless, when Kaitlin Moore asked me to check out her co-written Authoritative Guide to Safer Sex and maybe linked to it here, I said I’d check it out.
It’s an excellent guide to the basics of safer sex, and if you’re in the dating world, you should totally read it.
(And for a deeper understanding, check out Our Bodies, Ourselves, as well. It’s a classic.)
NOTE: Kaitlin asked me if I’d stick a link to the Guide on the blog. I will do so later this week, but I think everyone – male or female – is obligated to protect themselves, hence this post, which is unsolicited.