There is life after a sexually transmitted infection (STI) diagnosis. Yes, even if momentarily it feels like there won’t be. You may be experiencing shame, embarrassment, or anger. You may even be stressing out, imagining that you’ll never be loved again, that you might lose your partner, or that you’re going to suffer from cancer or infertility. These fears and emotions are all totally normal. But as upsetting as being diagnosed with an STI may be, it will be okay. That said, you’ll probably need to shift the way you think about STIs. And when you do, you'll realise that life will go on. You can still date, you can still have sex, and you can still be healthy. Here’s how.
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50 Years Old & Still Got It: The Joy Of Sex Remains The Ho...
This year The Joy of Sex (written by the ironically named Dr Alex Comfort) turns a whole 50 years old. It might seem odd to celebrate a sex book written by