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somewhatanonymous
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Moist towelettes are the ultimte addition to any safer sex kit. Quickly and effecively cleans up lube, body fluids, and sweat where regular paper towels and tissue fail. Disposable and gentle on skin, find them in the baby-care section of any department or grocery store.

(ooo, all my skills obtained as a salesman and radio news writer put to use. All this experience going to waste because no one will hire me, phooey)


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lemming
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Amen, except that some people's "delicate areas" (now I sound like a "feminine hygiene" copywriter, but you know what I mean, urethral meati and the like) can be irritated by them. But the baby ones are pretty darn mild, and heck, they're meant to be used there.

If they work for you, rock on. ;]

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Gumdrop Girl
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At many drug stores and medical supply stores, you can buy obstetric towelettes which are simply wet naps for grown-ups. They come in the tiny envelopes so you can tuck them in your purse or stick them in a safer sex kit. Baby naps are probably cheaper, though.

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Heather
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(cough) Or you can use soap and washcloths and be a good recycler.


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somewhatanonymous
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but I don't have a sink in my van...
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lemming
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psst, somewhatanonymous, as far as having sex/sexual activities goes, in your van is in a public place and can get you in real legal trouble.

that said, I'm a soap and washcloth girl myself.


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