Q&A: He Ejaculated In My Face. Could I Have An STD In My Eye?

When men masturbate, they sometimes accidentally squirt semen into their eye. And men and women who have male sex partners have often been in this situation, too, so it’s an issue that many people can sympathize or even empathize with.

Q&A: What Are The Chances Of Contracting An STI From A Sex Worker?

Prostitutes who work at legal brothels are required to be regularly tested for infections. If they are found to have Chlamydia, gonorrhea or syphilis, then they have to stay out of work until they have been treated and tested again, and found to be negative for the infection on re-testing.

Q&A: Gonorrhea Or Chlamydia From A Soda Cup?

Chlamydia and gonorrhea are sexually transmissible infections – also called STIs – and they are only passed between people through sexual contact. That means that Chlamydia and gonnorhea may be transmitted through oral sex, vaginal sex or anal sex, but they are not transmitted by sharing drinks, by kissing or by using a public bathroom.

Q&A: Birth Control Pill Effectiveness: How Long Does It Take?

When I first started taking the birth control pill last year, it was just to make my period regular – I wasn’t having sex. Now I am thinking about having sex, but I’m not sure when it’s safe to do so. Can I have sex at any time without getting pregnant as long as I take the pill? Or do I have to wait a while first?