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"Dear Experts: What age do you have to be before having sex?"

In Mississippi, the legal age for persons having sex is 16 but this age may be is different in another state. Another way to think about this is that before beginning a sexual relationship, ask how this might affect your life. For instance, if your parents know you are sexually active, will they be supportive or will that cause them to be disappointed. If there is a pregnancy, will you be able to support that child? How will having a baby impact your life? What would happen if you got a sexually transmitted infection, like HIV?

Deciding when someone is old enough to have sex really takes thinking about why you want to have sex and how that decision might change your life.


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#FridayFact

It’s never safe for a guy to pullout, ejaculate and then have sex again without protection. Withdrawal is not an effective form of birth control and can cause pregnancy (it typically fails one out of four times).


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"Dear Experts: Why would I bleed during sex?"

Normally, there is no bleeding during sex. A woman may have spotting after intercourse if they have an infection or an inflammation of the cervix or she may have spotting if engaged in rough sex. If there is bleeding, you should see your health care provider for an evaluation.

Hope this helps.


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Latex Condom 101

Did You Know: Latex condoms help protect against BOTH unplanned pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections! Natural skin condoms don’t help protect you from STIs.

(Latex condoms can also stretch up to 800%! Whoa.)

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"Should I have sex with my girlfriend to bring us closer together? I’m a virgin and don’t want her to be disappointed."

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Taking time to decide whether or not you’re ready to have sex is a good thing. The bottom line is, only you can decide when you’re ready. There’s no right or wrong time, and there’s definitely no rush, no matter how many months you’ve been with someone. It’s something only you and your partner can decide. A partner that truly loves and cares for you will respect your decision no matter what you decide.

Talking with your partner about having sex is a good thing to do before getting caught up in the heat of the moment – especially so you can get prepared with everything you need to practice safer sex. Try sharing your feelings about being less experienced. You’ll probably find out that she doesn’t care about that. But either way, if you want to do something to be closer to someone, there’s no better way than to be totally honest and open about your feelings.

If you do choose to become sexually active, use protection to help prevent unplanned pregnancy and transmission of STDs.

Hope this helps.

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Seeing weird things down there?

If you notice any of these issues going on around your genitals, make an appointment to get checked out - it could be an STD. (And don’t forget, some STDs give off no symptoms, so you’ll never know until you visit a doc.)                                                                         

  • soreness
  • swelling
  • unusual bumps, sores, or rashes
  • itching and/or burning
  • pain when urinating
  • discharge that’s different than normal
  • bleeding from the genitals (that isn’t your period)

If you need to find a clinic for free and confidential testing, we can help! Click here to find a clinic near you: http://www.factnotfictionms.com/msclinics/

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