SS 35: Safer Sex, The Infections Formerly Known as STDs & Swinging – How Swingers & Polyamorists Handle Safer Sex

One of the most concerning topics for anyone looking to get into the swinging or other non-monogamous lifestyles is the risk of contracting a sexually transmitted infection, so we invite Gay Rick from Sex Is Fun, a HIV educator, on to discuss the concept of acceptable risk, how we all need to make the decision for ourselves if our lifestyle is worth the risks inherent in it, and ways to minimize our exposure risks.

On this show: Cooper, Shira B. Katz, Dylan, & Gay Rick from Sex Is Fun

For more information about STIs and STDs, check out the CDC’s website.

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A podcast about swinging, polyamory, open relationships, and "the lifestyle" from the trenches. A diverse group tackles many issues involved with non-monogamy and what it means to be a swinger or polyamorous from the point of view of educating and illuminating what, for many, is a confusing journey to start on.

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  1. Thanks for this awesome episode! I was asked what my opinions were by someone on twitter due to something I had said about STI tests on Twitter, and my thoughts were more extensive than I expected, so I have a rather long post up about this as well.

    Now I need to get to listening to all of them from the start with Anna and Delilah perhaps (unless they have already raced ahead… something about Coopers voice I understand?)

    Arthur @ http://www.lustandconfused.com

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    • My voice can’t take all the credit =) But I’m glad you found the episode at least a LITTLE informative. =)

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    • Thank you guys for your incredibly in depth post on the subject! http://tinyurl.com/3sv5m2r

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      • You provided a very thought-provoking starting point… I think everyone should spare a few moments actually thinking about what acceptable risk is to them, rather than just winging it on a vague notion in the back of the mind 😉

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