The St. Valentine’s Day will be celebrated globally on Tuesday, February 14. The event began as a liturgical celebration of one or more early Christian saints named Valentinus. It is an official feast day in the Anglican Communion, as well as in the Lutheran Church.
The event, also known as the Feast of St Valentine, is a celebration of love observed in many countries around the world. Initially, it was associated with romantic love in the circle of Geoffrey Chaucer when the tradition of courtly love flourished in the middle ages.
In the 18th century England, St. Valentine’s Day evolved into an occasion in which lovers expressed their love for each other by presenting flowers, offering confectionery and sending greeting cards (known as ‘Valentines’).
Anyway, that’s all good and well. Let us talk about romance, love, s’εx and why wearing a c.ondom can be extremely bad for you on that day.
Prevention of infection
For those who have ears, please listen carefully. C.ondoms prevent sεxually transmitted infections. You have to wear it before sεxual intεrcoursε and be strict about not allowing bodily fluid from your partner anywhere near your s’εx organ. It prevents infections like gonorrhoea, herpes, herpatitis B and C, syphilis and, of course, HIV.
The thing about not using protection is that you risk catching an infection. You risk passing an infection to your partner. Don’t forget that our bodies are vastly different and a germ that may be local and friendly to you (not giving you any symptoms or problems) may be dangerous to your partner. So, using a c.ondom protects you and your partner.
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