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Mar 15

FSC Calls For Production Hold But It’s NOT On Their Website!


From Porn Valley Media:

FSC Calls for Production Hold After Possible Positive HIV Test

March 20th, 2015

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FSCLos Angeles – The Free Speech Coalition today called for a precautionary production hold after a possible positive test for HIV by an adult performer using the PASS (Performer Availability Screening Service) system.

The test has not yet been confirmed, and the FSC said it will know if it is a true positive or false positive in the next day.

“If it is a false positive, we will lift the hold within the next few days,” said Diane Duke, the CEO of the FSC. “Nevertheless, out of an abundance of precaution, we will be retesting anyone who might have had contact with the performer within the testing window, and asking that producers stop filming until we know more.

“The adult industry periodically calls for production holds when any possible positive tests surface.”

06
Mar 15

11 Ways to Keep Your Vagina Happy (women’s health magazine)


11 Ways to Keep Your Vagina Happy and Healthy

03
Mar 15

STD vs STI The Change in Termonology (ashasexualhealth.org)


American Sexual Health Association

STDs/STIs

Sexually transmitted diseases, or STDs (sometimes called sexually transmitted infections, or STIs) affect people of all ages, backgrounds, and from all walks of life. In the U.S. alone there are approximately 20 million new cases each year, about half of which occur among youth ages 15-24 years.

Getting the facts about STDs/STIs and sexual health is increasingly important. We invite you to explore our website and learn more about specific STDs/STIs, tips for reducing risk, and ways to talk with health care providers and partners.

STD or STI? What’s the difference?

Diseases that are spread through sexual contact are usually referred to as sexually transmitted diseases or STDs for short. In recent years, however, many experts in this area of public health have suggested replacing STD with a new term—sexually transmitted infection, or STI.

Why the change? The concept of “disease,” as in STD, suggests a clear medical problem, usually some obvious signs or symptoms. But several of the most common STDs have no signs or symptoms in the majority of persons infected. Or they have mild signs and symptoms that can be easily overlooked. So the sexually transmitted virus or bacteria can be described as creating “infection,” which may or may not result in “disease.” This is true of chlamydia, gonorrhea, herpes, and human papillomavirus (HPV), to name a few.

For this reason, for some professionals and organizations the term “disease” is being replaced by “infection.” ASHA has used the term STD since 1988 and it appears in hundreds of published ASHA documents, including this site. Users of this site will continue to see it for some time. But in moving forward, you will also begin to see increased use of the term STI. We’re interested in your thoughts about this as well. Send us your thoughts.

25
Feb 15

How to Not Gag Giving a BJ (womenshealth.com)


How to Keep from Gagging During Oral, Because It Happens

Don’t let upchucking kill the mood.

PUBLISHED: FEBRUARY 25, 2015  |  BY THE EDITORS OF WOMEN’S HEALTH

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The spontaneity that can make sex so amazing (mmm, what was that?) can also make it absolutely cringey (OMG, what the eff was that!?). Here’s the thing, though: Embarrassing bed seshes happen to the best of us. And while a rogue queef may kill the mood, there’s an upside in the long run. “The less-than-romantic times give you both a chance to show your vulnerability, to bond, to feel closer,” explains Emily Morse, a sexologist and host of the podcast Sex with Emily. And let’s not forget: to laugh your ass off about it later! We rounded up some “help!” scenarios straight from real women to get some insta-fixes from experts.

“I was going down on my BF when I started gagging—and, OMG, actually spat out some of the romantic dinner we’d just had. I’m now officially terrified of oral!” —Lisa, 31, in a relationship for one year

THE FIX: Regain your confidence. The truth is, your stress level and, yes, even what you had for dinner can mess with your oral game, say experts. (Fun fact: Having an overly full or empty stomach or drinking alcohol can loosen the trigger on your gag reflex. Not fun.) But that doesn’t mean you should completely avoid ye olde fellatio. The next time you venture downtown, remember to relax and breathe through your nose, suggests Morse. Then grip your man midway down his shaft with your index finger and thumb, moving your mouth up and down only to that point.