Sex can be unsafe, even with a condom...
A condom can break or slip off during sex, even when it is put on correctly? It's thin and flimsy. It can have tiny holes or weak spots. Once it has leaked, you may not have a second chance. A little bit of latex can let you down.
Shocking sex fact: Fifty percent of all young women become pregnant within the first six months of sexual activity.
Some sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), like herpes and HPV (which causes genital warts), can be passed on by contacting skin in areas not covered by a condom? There are over 25 STDs passed on to millions of people each year.
Someone you are having sex with may not even know he/she has a disease. Many diseases with serious long-term consequences have no easily recognizable symptoms.
The best way is to not have sex until marriage. Is it easy to say no? Not always. Here are some tips:
Secondary virginity is all about second chances. You have one right now. Make a commitment today that you will not have sex again until your wedding night. Stand by your new decision without wavering. Call us, we want to help you stand firm.
now so you can say yes later. Yes to meeting your goals, no to STD's or non-marital pregnancy.
Your body. Your future. You can choose to have sex. Or choose not to. Not everyone is doing it.
We'll talk about it.
Source: Pregnancy Resource Clinic of North Penn, Lansdale, PA