Asexual Whore
Personally, I find that being sexually submissive has a lot of positive things going for it. When I’m in a submissive sexual role, I don’t have to make any decisions, which is actually pretty relaxing because I often feel like I have to make All The Decisions For Everyone in my everyday life. The times that I’ve slept with dudes who are all, “ok, first I want you to go down on me, and then I’m going to fuck you and make you come, and then I’m going to come on your face,” I’ve been like, great! Now I don’t have to worry about what’s coming next or whether he’s enjoying what I’m doing or whatever. It’s basically like a day at the spa (with a complimentary facial) (that was a really bad joke) (sorry).
REBLOG IF YOU SUPPORT THE DECRIMINALIZATION OF SEX WORK

penis straws? yeah they’re cool, but a vagina iphone case will apparently get you arrested… 

plannedparenthoodla:

Fact Friday: 1 in 2 sexually active youth will get an STD by 25. You have the power to protect yourself!
It may seem unbelievable, but in fact, 1 in 2 sexually active young people will get an STD by 25.  And there’s only one person in the world that can protect you from becoming part of the statistic… yourself!  But that doesn’t mean that you have to do it alone.  Here are some tips on how to stay healthy:
Use Condoms: Condoms are one of the only birth control methods that help prevent STDs. Luckily, they are easily accessible and affordable - and even available for free at a local Planned Parenthood Health Center. 
Talk to a Provider about Getting Tested: The most common symptom of an STD is no symptom at all. If you are sexually active, it’s important to get tested regularly.
Talk to your partner about getting tested: Talking with your partner is an important way to protect yourself and your future partners.

plannedparenthoodla:

Fact Friday: 1 in 2 sexually active youth will get an STD by 25. You have the power to protect yourself!

It may seem unbelievable, but in fact, 1 in 2 sexually active young people will get an STD by 25.  And there’s only one person in the world that can protect you from becoming part of the statistic… yourself!  But that doesn’t mean that you have to do it alone.  Here are some tips on how to stay healthy:

Use Condoms: Condoms are one of the only birth control methods that help prevent STDs. Luckily, they are easily accessible and affordable - and even available for free at a local Planned Parenthood Health Center.

Talk to a Provider about Getting Tested: The most common symptom of an STD is no symptom at all. If you are sexually active, it’s important to get tested regularly.

Talk to your partner about getting tested: Talking with your partner is an important way to protect yourself and your future partners.