By Teen Health Source
In Virtual Sex Part 1 [Link] we covered some of the Whats and Whys of Virtual Sex, along with some of the legal and privacy issues that come up. In Part 2 of our Virtual Sex series, we’re going to go over a bit more of the Hows of virtual sex, including some tips and ideas for making it as sexy, safe, and fun as possible!
Consent and Communication
Stereotypically, people think that foreplay is only necessary to prepare people for penetrative sex. Not true! Foreplay is for getting people in the mood for any kind of sexual activity, including virtual sex. Here are some things to consider:
As we mentioned above, it’s worth considering what technology you’re using. Here are some more things to think about.
For more info on virtual sex and sexting, check out these articles:
If you have questions about this topic, feel free to contact one of our peer educators. [Link]
Last month we got in touch with Sherri (Vice President, Director of Family Planning) from Apothecus Pharmaceutical Corp, and they were kind enough to answer some of our questions about VCF! Read on!
“Passing” generally means being perceived by people, and mainstream society as cisgender and/or heterosexual. Passing is not inherently good or bad, but it is a complicated topic! Check this post out to learn more!
Planned Parenthood Toronto did a Youth Sexual Health Needs Assessment this year. Here are the results! In infographic form!!!