But when that information is shared, you and your partner can both make informed choices about safer sex, including using condoms and medicines that prevent and treat HIV. campaign has information and resources as well as practical tips for starting conversations about safe sex and HIV.There is no “right” way to disclose, but here are some tips that can help you: Need more? Also, it’s important to keep in mind that many states have laws that require you to tell your sexual partners if you are HIV-positive before you have sex (anal, vaginal, or oral).Provocative new science about female sexuality coupled with advances in digital technology (Tinder!) make it possible for women to pursue their desires like never before.One of the women had already seen the photo five times before her boyfriend showed it to her, so she just moved her pitcher of beer in front of his phone and kept on talking. I had gone to visit the business school because a friend had described the women there as the most sexually aggressive he had ever met.
These were not women’s-studies types, for sure; they were already several years out of college and proud veterans of the much maligned hookup culture that, over the past 15 years or so, has largely replaced dating on college campuses and beyond.
Gurley Brown urged women to pursue their desires, there’s still much debate over how women choose to do so. Thanks to the birth control pill, biology is no longer destiny.
With women now dominating most professional schools, we proudly own our ambition. is a documentary exploration of that question and of the journey women have taken since Gurley Brown took female desire out of the closet.
However, the CDC does not recommend serosorting as a safer sex practice.
Among the reasons it is not recommended is that serosorting does not protect against other sexually transmitted infections (STIs), such as hepatitis B virus (HBV), hepatitis C virus (HCV), syphilis, and herpes.