Safe Encounters: How Women Can Say Yes to Pleasure and No to Unsafe Sex
Here at last is a responsible and realistic approach to safe sex, offering the vital information and creative guidance to romantic lovemaking that is at the heart of safe sex--and answering the questions that worry so many women about sexually transmitted diseases.
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Part One Saying Yes to Pleasure and No to Unsafe
The Right Relationship Is a Safe Relationship
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