Silver Bullet Vibe
The silver bullet vibe was Jenne''s first ever sex toy and it''s still one she uses today on a regular basis. This good all round toy will please both your clit and your purse!
You can discover more by clicking HERE
How To Tell Your Partner You May Have An STD
Written By: Jenne
There are some situations in life that many of us would rather never face and having to tell your partner that you tested positive for an STD probably ranks highly among such things, but it's something that needs to be faced for your sake, their sake and the sake of the community.
This is especially true if you are in a regular sexual relationship with your partner as unless they get treated many STD's will simply passed back and forth between you and your partner. It's also worth remembering that many STD's that can be easily treated with antibiotics, if left untreated can cause serious damage to your partners body.
Before you even attempt to tell your partner you need to come to terms with your own diagnoses. It's not realistic to expect them to come to terms with the news if your not comfortable with the diagnosis yourself. Get informed, ask questions of your health giver and if they offer you leaflets /brochures that contain the facts take them.
If your nervous about talking to your partner/s, here are a few tips that may help you gain the confidence you need:
1] Prepare what you are going to say first. Practice makes perfect as they say. Spend some time rehearsing what you are going to say and how.
2] Choose a neutral setting and a time when you won't get distracted or interrupted.
3] Speak with confidence. Don't lecture or act like your confessing, what you are doing is sharing important perennial information.
4] Stay calm. If your upset it's reasonable for your partner to assume that things are worse than you may be letting on.
5] Expect your partner to be supportive. People often react the way you expect them to.
6] Remember the way you deliver the news, your body language becomes part of your message as well.
7] Whenever possible deliver the news in person. Telling your partner over the phone is probably not a good idea! Ask yourself which senario you would prefer.
Be prepared for a variety of reactions from your partner. Of course your diagnoses probably knocked you sideways, but you've had time to adjust and get more info, your partner hasn't as yet. Remember how you felt when you heard the news for the first time and how your health care provider treated you and apply that to your own partners.
Be prepared for shock, denial, anger and pity. Nobody is saying this is going to be easy but give your partner a little time and present them with the facts, allow them to ask questions and hopefully your partner will treat the subject with maturity and concern for both of you. Offer to let them speak to your Doctor or health care provider and talk about the different options you have and any precautions you may have to take.
If your partner decides that he or she is no longer interested in seeing you then try not to blame yourself. Do your best to educate your partner and remember that you did the right thing by telling them. This is not about you or them, it's about being a responsible adult and if your partner was carrying a virus or infection wouldn't you want them to tell you?
Keep things in perspective and remember that STD's like syphilis, chlamydia and gonorrhea are harmless if treated properly, but if left they can weak havoc on your partners body and anyone else that they may have sexual contact with in the future as they also make it easier to transmit HIV from one partner to another.
Your health care provider will be able to advise you as to which partners if any you should tell about your diagnoses but below is a chart that may help you sort out the facts from the fiction.
|Sexually Transmitted Disease||Common Name||Who Do I Need to Tell?|
|Candidiasis||Yeast Infection||Current partner(s) only.|
|Chancroid||None||Current or previous* partner(s) only.|
|Chlamydia||None||Current or previous partner(s) only.|
|Cystitis||Bladder infection||You don't.|
|Gardnerella||Vaginitis||Current or previous partner(s) only.|
|Gonorrhea||The Clap||Current or previous partner(s) only.|
|Hepatitis B or C||Hepatitis||Current, previous and future partner(s).|
|Herpes Simplex I||Cold Sores||You don't.|
|Herpes Simplex II||Herpes||Current, previous and future partner(s)|
|HIV||AIDS||Current, past and future partner(s).|
|Human Papilloma Virus||Genital Warts||Current, previous and future partner(s).|
|Pubic Lice||Crabs||Current or previous partner(s) only.|
|Pelvic Inflammatory Disease||PID||Current or previous partner(s) only.|
|Scabies||Scabs||Current or previous partner(s) only.|
|Syphilis||Syph||Current or previous partner(s) only.|
|Trichomoniasis||Trich||Current or previous partner(s) only.|
*"previous" means anyone who may have been infected or who may have infected you.
Talk to your partner today!
My Private O Vibe
A modern vibrator design that both looks stylish and allows for an easy grip makes this smaller sex toy a winner in form and function. The My Private O Vibrator is as easy to handle as a bullet style vibe, but with special waterproof details and a little extra length to reach those special spots. Available in a hot pink or passionate purple, this playful vibrator will inspire lots of naughty late-night sessions.
You can discover more by clicking HERE.
Girls Make Love
Real lesbian lovemaking, unscripted and uncut provides for some intimate pleasure only achieved between two women and you get to watch it all!
Find Out More By Clicking HERE
Bare Body Personal Shaver.
Shave as little or as much as you want with the Body Bare Personal Shaver! Ideal for Bikini, pubic area or underarm shaving.
To find out what Jenne thought of the BodyBare Shaver click HERE.