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If You Find Yourself Doing Any of These 9 Things, Stop Having Sex

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Sex. The three letter word that makes teens and parents cringe. But let’s face it. Everyone is doing it! Seriously though, should you be doing it?

How do you know you should or shouldn’t be doing it? Obviously, there are some obvious rules. Only have sex if you have knowledge of birth control methods and STIs and only if you really love that person… blah blah blah.

However, going beyond health class and typical talks with your parents, how do you really know?

1. If you can’t talk about sex, you shouldn’t be having it. 

Whether you chalk that up as the ability to talk about sex with your partner or the ability to talk about sex in general…I guess that’s a personal decision…but I would think that you should be able to say the word sex without cringing to at least your partner, if not close members of your family as well.

2. It is important to be comfortable with your body

I am not saying you have to walk across a crowded beach in a bikini but for gosh sakes, if you cringe everytime someone of the opposite sex looks at your ass, you’re probably not ready to strip in front of them.

3. If you can’t look at the body parts of the opposite sex without cringing, please don’t get into bed with them. 

A penis is a penis and a vagina is a vagina. If you can’t handle that, please go back to freshman health class. And if you haven’t had that class yet, put your pants back on.

4. Sex is not a freaking race. It doesn’t matter who did it when and how often.

If every time you think about sex, you are thinking about how Lucy Lou down the street has already done it and you’re the only one in the entire world that is still a virgin...just stop.

5. If you’re too ashamed to walk into Walmart and buy a box of condoms, cut it out.

If you can’t buy contraceptives without going through the self-checkout with your hood up and your face as red as the rose petals you’re imagining spread across the bed sheets you shouldn’t be having sex.

6. If you are trying to hide the fact that you’re sexually active from people, you shouldn’t be having sex. 

Sex isn’t a shameful act anymore- it’s not 19-goddamned-15. If you’re still trying to hide your sex life from the people around you, you’re not emotionally mature enough yet.

7. When you’re getting down, if you are too embarassed to laugh at yourself, stop it.

If you can’t giggle when your partner screws something up, or make eye contact with your partner during the act or afterward, you shouldn’t be having sex.

8. Please stop trying to learn sexual techniques by watching PornHub.

Are you practicing positions on your bed with the door locked and the curtains drawn? Then you probably shouldn’t be having sex.

9. Too scared to open up about the most intimate parts of yourself? Clear sign.

If you can’t look your partner in the eye and tell them the details about your genitals without wanting to crawl under a rock, you should either find a new partner…or hey, maybe not have sex.

Sex isn’t life or death. It’s not fireworks and it’s not a life-altering decision. It is SEX.

Stop giving it the power to destroy your life…and you can do that by not having sex if you aren’t ready, or even stop having sex if you weren’t ready when you started.

If you are giving it the power to ruin your life, find a new hobby with less risk.

Just use condoms, keep your face out of your nudes, giggle about it and freaking open your mouth and talk about it. 

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