...I wonder if we can't talk about what you feel like stands in your way of thinking more about them beforehand, or talking to partners about choices in advance?
In other words, we get a LOT of posts from people who did something sexual who want to know what risks it poses AFTER they have done it. Fewer who seem to be doing that homework or evaluation before.
So, if this has been or is you, what do you think would help you think and talk more about this in advance, so you're not doing anything you don't feel safe or sound doing, and don't feel great about, including afterwards?
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