Hướng Dẫn Về Tình Dục Đồng Tính Nam (Gay) An Toàn Tuyệt Đối

<tc>The Best Guide On Absolutely Safe Gay Sex</tc>

Hello friends, brothers and sisters, I have come to the blog post with comprehensive instructions on Safe Gay Sex. In this blog post, we will delve into the importance of safe sex in the LGBTQ+ community and provide tips and methods of protection and prevention for you. Not only that, we will together shed light on PrEP and PEP, factors that prevent HIV transmission, which are extremely important for gay men.


tầm quan trọng của việc quan hệ tình dục an toàn trong cộng đồng LGBTQ+ đồng thời đưa ra những lời khuyên và phương pháp bảo vệ, phòng ngừa cho các bạn. Không chỉ có thế, chúng mình sẽ cùng nhau làm sáng tỏ PrEP và PEP, nhân tố ngăn chặn sự lây truyền HIV

Why do we need safe same-sex sex?

Homosexual intercourse always carries many potential risks of damaging organs and genitals and increasing the incidence of dangerous sexually transmitted diseases (STIs). So, it is extremely important for partners to equip themselves with knowledge to protect the health of themselves and their partners.


Để phòng tránh các bệnh lây truyền qua đường tình dục (STIs) nguy hiểm khi quan hệ đồng giới, bạn có thể áp dụng các biện pháp sau:


The LGBTQ+ community often faces discrimination and limited access to information and health care services, making proactive protections even more important.

When having sex with men, there are some dangerous sexually transmitted infections (STIs) that you need to pay attention to:

  1. HIV/AIDS: The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) that leads to AIDS is one of the most dangerous STIs, which can be spread through unsafe sex , including same-sex relationships. HIV affects the immune system, gradually weakening the body's ability to fight infection.


  1. Syphilis: Syphilis is a sexually transmitted disease caused by the bacteria Treponema pallidum. If left untreated, syphilis can cause serious health problems and even death.


  1. Gonorrhea: Gonorrhea is a common STI that can affect the genitals, anus, and throat . If left untreated, gonorrhea can lead to serious health problems.


  1. Chlamydia: Chlamydia is another common STI, which can be spread through unsafe sex. If left untreated, chlamydia can cause serious health problems, including infertility.


  1. Hepatitis B and C: Both types of hepatitis can be spread through contact with infected blood or body fluids, including during sex. They can lead to chronic liver disease and other serious health problems.


  1. HPV (Human Papillomavirus): HPV is a virus that causes many different diseases, from genital warts to cancer. HPV can be spread through skin-to-skin contact, including sexual intercourse.


How safe is same-sex sex?

To prevent dangerous sexually transmitted infections (STIs) when having gay sex, you can apply the following measures:


1. Use condoms properly:

Condoms can reduce the risk of HIV infection by up to 80%. Besides condoms, lubricating gel also makes sexual intercourse go smoothly, reducing friction on sensitive skin areas and avoiding condom tearing.

You need to make sure you wear condoms correctly, on the right side, and choose the right size. Don't wear two of them because you think that will double protection - it doesn't :0


Quan hệ tình dục đồng giới luôn tiềm ẩn nhiều nguy cơ gây tổn thương các cơ quan, bộ phận sinh dục và tăng tỉ lệ mắc các loại bệnh truyền nhiễm nguy hiểm qua đường tình dục (STIs). Thì thế, việc các đồng răm phải trang bị cho mình kiến thức để bảo vệ sức khoẻ của bản thân và partner là cực kì quan trọng.


2. Periodic health check:

Perform regular health checks to detect and treat STIs early. At the same time, it helps detect abnormalities when the disease has symptoms. Early detection also makes treatment easier, increasing the rate of cure and remission.

Not only those in the LGBT community, we all should have regular health check-ups twice a year.


3. Talk to your partner

Communication is extremely important. Have an honest conversation with your partner about your sexual health history, or if it's better, both take each other for regular health check-ups and share STI test results with each other, this will strengthen trust and love. love will be more sublime!

Both must have mutual consent in all sexual activities. In addition, limiting the number of partners will definitely reduce the risk of STI transmission. Be a little careful to protect yourself!


Giao tiếp là việc cực kì quan trọng. Hãy trò chuyện trung thực với partner về lịch sử sức khoẻ tình dục, hoặc nếu tốt hơn thì cả hai hãy dẫn nhau đi khám sức khoẻ định kỳ và share kết quả kiểm tra STIs cho nhau, điều này sẽ củng cố niềm tin và tình yêu sẽ thăng hoa hơn đó! 

4. Use PrEP and PEP

PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) and PEP (Post-Exposure Prophylaxis) are two medication methods to prevent HIV infection.

  • PrEP (Pre-exposure prophylaxis): PrEP is used by people who do not have HIV but are at high risk of exposure to the virus. This includes people whose partners are infected with HIV, or who have a lifestyle of unsafe sex and sharing needles. When used properly, PrEP can reduce the risk of sexually transmitted HIV infection by over 90%.
  • PEP (Post-exposure prophylaxis): PEP is an emergency therapy for people who have been exposed or suspected of being exposed to HIV. For example, after having unprotected sex with someone infected with HIV.

Both PrEP and PEP are important tools in preventing HIV, but they are not a substitute for other prevention measures such as using condoms. It's also important to discuss the benefits and risks with your doctor, as well as whether PrEP or PEP is right for your individual circumstances.


5. Get vaccinated against HPV and hepatitis B

The LGBT community in particular and everyone in general need to be fully vaccinated to protect themselves from the risk of disease.

Hepatitis B is a liver infection caused by the hepatitis B virus (HBV) and can be transmitted sexually. If left untreated, hepatitis B can lead to serious health problems such as cirrhosis, liver cancer, and even death. Hepatitis B vaccine is an effective way to prevent infection and complications of the disease. Vaccination helps create immunity to protect the body from viruses.


Các bệnh lây truyền qua đường tình dục mấc dại ở chỗ tụi nó thường không có triệu chứng rõ ràng, đặc biệt là trong thời gian đầu, giai đoạn ủ bệnh. Nên thường thường nếu mọi người phát hiện ra thì đã quá muộn rồi. Tuy nhiên Rung Rung yêu các bạn và sau đây là một vài trong một tỷ các triệu chứng bạn đang mắc bệnh lây nhiễm qua đường tình dục:


HPV is one of the most common STIs and there are more than 100 different types. High-risk types of HPV can cause cancer, including anal cancer, cervical cancer, penile cancer, and oropharyngeal cancer. For people who have sex with the same sex, especially gay men, the risk of anal cancer due to HPV is much higher. The HPV vaccine can protect against viruses that cause cancer and genital warts. HPV vaccination is recommended for both men and women.


I seem to have symptoms of illness! 😱

Sexually transmitted diseases are "unpleasant" in that they often have no obvious symptoms, especially in the early stages, the incubation period. So usually if people find out, it's too late. However, Rung Rung loves you guys and here are a few of a billion symptoms that you have a sexually transmitted disease:

  • Rashes, ulcers, or swelling on the genitals, mouth, or anus.
  • Pain or discomfort during sex.
  • A change in color, odor, or amount of discharge from the genitals. Changes in skin color and texture around the genital area.
  • Pain or burning sensation when sizzling.
  • Itching, pain, or irritation in the genital area or around the anus.
  • Fever, fatigue, muscle pain, or swollen lymph nodes.
  • Long-lasting feeling of fatigue, unknown cause.


Closing statement

"Maybe HIV left me alone"

HIV không chừa bất cứ ai ra đâu bạn nhé


As Rung Rung and the media have spoken out a lot, HIV does not spare anyone. Keep a cool head to protect yourself from the risks of infection from unsafe sex.

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