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    Yes lesbians can protect themselves from STDs as well.

    Guide to safe lesbian sex:

    Using a sex toy with a condom (be sure to use a new condom if sharing sex toys)
    Cunnilingus (oral sex) with a barrier, such as a glove, dental dam or plastic wrap
    Vaginal or anal sex/contact with a latex glove

    Con:

    Cumbersome and can feel less intimate.

    Pro:

    Low risk of contacting STDs.
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    Just out of interest, is it less/more likely or the same chances that two women can transmit STDs to each other as for heterosexual couples or two men?

    If I ever have sex with a woman I'll bear your advice in mind
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    Might as well just sit down and have a cup of tea instead of having sex.
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    Break out the clingfilm
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    oral sex with a glove on

    how does that help exactly? I guess your hand wouldn't get cold as you ate her out...
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    Sorry but fingering with gloves just kinda defeats the object. Same with dental dams. Eurgh. I'm not licking a dental dam thanks. (As a straight male, not a lesbian)
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    oh my goodness... surely that is a pretty pointless activity in that case??
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Yes lesbians can protect themselves from STDs as well.

    Guide to safe lesbian sex:

    Using a sex toy with a condom (be sure to use a new condom if sharing sex toys)
    Cunnilingus (oral sex) with a barrier, such as a glove, dental dam or plastic wrap
    Vaginal or anal sex/contact with a latex glove

    Con:

    Cumbersome and can feel less intimate.

    Pro:

    Low risk of contacting STDs.
    I've always wondered how lesbian prcatice safe sex lol. I bet doing the dirty through cling film or a glove is a bit of a passion killer though
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    Noting these down :work:
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    For all that hassle, they might aswell just turn straight again. Condoms are the only necessity during the act ;D

    edit: I'm joking btw, before anyone decides to have a go :P
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Using a sex toy with a condom (be sure to use a new condom if sharing sex toys)
    Cunnilingus (oral sex) with a barrier, such as a glove, dental dam or plastic wrap
    Sorry but the term "barrier" brings really funny images into my head =P
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    (Original post by Psyk)
    Might as well just sit down and have a cup of tea instead of having sex.

    :toofunny:
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    (Original post by reems23)
    Noting these down :work:

    Same!

    :p:
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    Haha, well I sure can't see ye ole plastic wrap becoming as mainstream as a condom any time in the near future. Even if they made cherry flavoured clingfilm... no, it defeats the whole object! :awesome:
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    http://www.bigboycondoms.co.uk/condo..._latex_400.jpg
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    Well that's interesting. Hands up for those who would ever think of trying them out? :p:
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    I think I'd suffocate if I used clingfilm.
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    Just wear a full body condom.

    The ultimate in infection deflection.

    http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b3...g?t=1247833845
 
 
 
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