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The Problems With Saying “Safe Sex”

“Safe sex” implies a clear division between sexual activities that are high risk and ones that are risk free. But most sexual activity has some risk, and the amount of risk for different activities varies along a continuum.

Penetrative sex with condoms is safer than penetrative sex without condoms, but mutual masturbation is safer than penetration.

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