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How should I practice Safer sex?

Protect yourself from HIV and other sexually transmitted infections: put on a latex condom before your partner’s genitals touch yours.

There are often risks involved with sex, but there are ways to make it safer. We say “safer” sex as a way of reminding people that less risk is not the same as no risk. But, safer sex can save your life.

Every woman needs to decide how much risk she is willing to accept, and what steps she can take to make sex safer. The following are different ways that women can reduce their risk:

Very safe:

Safe:
Other ways to lower risk: