safe sexual activity

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(1) Sexual activity engaged in by people who have taken precautions to protect themselves against sexually transmitted diseases such as AIDS
(2) Sexual activity based on guidelines on the relative safety of various sexual practices, in terms of the potential for transmitting infection, in particular HIV-1

safe sexual activity

Sexology A group of guidelines on the relative safeness of various sexual activities, in terms of the potential for transmitting infection, in particular HIV-1; these guidelines are of use in advising Pts. See Paraphilia, Sex industry, Sexual deviancy, Sexually transmitted disease.
Safe sex guidelines
Safe sexual activities Mutual masturbation–male or female, social kissing–dry, taking a bath together, body massage, hugging, body-to-body contact–frottage to orgasm of any external body part, light sado-masochistic activities–without bruising or bleeding, licking dry healthy skin
Risky sexual activities–insufficient data is available–should be considered with caution French–wet kissing, vaginal or anal intercourse with a condom, fellatio without ejaculation, fellatio interruptus or into condom, cunnilingus, urine contact–'water sports', ie urination on sexual partner, stimulation to orgasm between the thighs or buttocks, digital-anal sex without a barrier
Unsafe sexual activities–risk increases with multiple partners Vaginal or anal intercourse without a condom, manual-anal intercourse–'fisting', nonprotected oral-anal contact–anilingus, 'rimming', nonprotected manual-vaginal contact, fellatio totalis–oral-semen contact, swallowing menstrual blood, swallowing vaginal fluids, blood contact, sharing of sex toys
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We believe that safe sex guidelines should be modified to include the avoidance of saliva," Dr.
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By mandating that the club provide free valet parking, security guards to assure that no sexual acts are performed outside, distribute free condoms and provide safe sex guidelines for the ``customers.
In a summary of the BZA's findings, the board did closely question representatives of the owners over parking problems and agreed with Goldberg's suggested conditions that, among others, it have two security guards on patrol to assure no sexual acts are being performed outside the club, that the club provide free condoms, limit noise, prohibit parking in residential areas and provide safe sex guidelines to its customers.