Nunu was suffering from bacterial vaginosis, which forced her to up her hygiene when it came to her intimate area. The woman's comments ended up going viraland now she has hit back at the backlash by insisting that her statement was taken out of context. You can never win.
Much of the information we hear about maintaining our sexual health focuses on what we should be doing before and during our sexual adventures, which is very important to know; however, there's often little mention of the post-sex mistakes we could be making. Of course, this isn't exactly a negative thing, as knowing what mistakes and activities we should all be avoiding before and during sex can help us avoid UTIs, STDs, and other unpleasantness. That said, knowing what not to do after sex is just as important to your sexual health.
No matter how fun the sex was, cleaning up after having a romp in the sack can be a real drag. There is nothing more annoying than a giant semen stain in the center of your mattress, or period blood splattered over your sheets like a crime scene. What in the heck are you supposed to do about these stains?
BY the time you've reached your 20s, you probably think that you know how to wash your own vagina. You might grab a load of shower gel and give your whole body a good scrub. You might give yourself the odd vaginal steam.
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We have all seen television programmes of people who are obsessed with cleaning their houses, sometimes several times a day. Although it may seem radical, most of the time it can actually be a very debilitating condition that is known as obsessive compulsive disorder or OCD, which is a neurological disorder that sees a person being preoccupied excessively with one aspect of their life, in most cases, being clean or keeping a tidy space. But what happens when the state of being too clean extends to the bedroom? Yes, some people have a bit of OCD when it comes to sex.
Between the kissing, the sweating, and the other bodily fluids that make an appearance during outer- or intercourse, sex is an inherently messy process. And the chances of yourself, your partner, and your bed or wherever else you decide to have sex getting anything from stains to watermarks are high. After sex, your first thought might be to immediately hop out of bed to clean things up — especially yourself.
Emma Kaywin, a Brooklyn-based sexual health writer and activist, is here to calm your nerves and answer your questions. No gender, sexual orientation, or question is off limits, and all questions will remain anonymous. Q: I just start having sex a year ago. I really like it — but sex with men is so messy!