Oof, I actually feel like some of that piece needs some updating (will have to hop on that shortly), but cheers for the compliment.
I don't think it sounds <those terms are actually ableist and not-great, so let's say foolish and leave it there?>. I think it sounds pretty indicative of your headspace with a lot of this, that's all.
Mind, we're an organization and service that's about sexual and relationship <health
so we're never going to be like, "Well, sure, here's the totally nihilistic, self-hating, and also, while you're at it, super-risky when it comes to physical infection way to do this!" It's literally our job to do the opposite of that and to help users, as best we can, to do the opposite of that.
But by all means, there's nothing not-hot about someone taking the reins of their own self-worth and caring about their health and well-being and other people's. However, there is some weird and damaging cultural scripting that says the opposite, and surprise, surprise, it's generally particularly aimed and women, girls and gender-diverse people, gay men and other queer people, BIPOC people, migrant people...you get the picture. Worth thinking about, to be sure. Also very much NOT a great idea to enable or enact, and people who do? Well, it's often a good way to spot who we should NOT be being sexual with, either because they're not safe for us, and/or they're not safe for themselves.