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Sex On First Dates Part 3 – Avoiding STD Exposure And Other Risks Of First-Date Sex

We’re talking to single men and women who want to stop dead-end dating and find love fast. In Part 1 you decided if it’s smart for you to delay lovemaking with the proper stranger or have passionate sex on the first date. In Part 2 you discovered clues whether a hot, new lover is a good match for long-term happiness. Now you’ll learn how to have safe sex with a new lover in Part 3 of my radio interview for A Lasting Love with Dr. Veronica Anderson. She’s an Ivy-league educated physician, relationship adviser and radio host of Wellness For The Real World.

HF: You’re known for encouraging men and women to have hot sex on the first date or find a better match. We need to avoid the health risks in this advice. Each year, 7.4 million Americans get infected with a sexually-transmitted parasite, Trichomonas. An estimated 2.8 million chlamydia bacterial infections occur each year in the US, and there rarely are symptoms of this STD. Nationwide, 16.2 % or about one in six people ages 14 to 49 have genital herpes for which there is no cure. What precautions can sexually active adults take to prevent STD exposure from a new sexual partner, Dr. Veronica?

DrV: I put science behind my dating advice, so women and men alike should walk with your condoms. Studies show that we are telling teens to have safe sex and they are. It’s the older groups, baby boomers and senior citizens in nursing homes, who are not having safe sex so they’re getting sexually transmitted diseases.

When you’re older, you’re not worried about pregnancy but you must use condoms to protect yourself from STDs. Even married women who believe they’re in monogamous relationships come into my office with STDs. So single people who are out there dating must protect yourself, no matter what your socio-economic status. Teens through seniors need to use condoms to protect yourself all of the time to have safe sex.

HF: STDs don’t discriminate. So it’s important for each partner to get tested before you enter a committed relationship. Let’s talk about another risk in having sex on first dates. If you want a lasting love, most dating coaches recommend you follow these four dating stages in order. First is being attracted or drawn to know someone better. Second stage is verbal exploration, talking, discovering common interests and life experience. Third stage is emotional intimacy. You begin to tell each other things you haven’t told anyone else. You build trust and emotional connection. Forth stage is physical intimacy. The danger of having sex first is that you may never develop the other 3 stages which you need to create emotional depth, passion and love that endures. So if you follow Dr. Veronica’s advice to have sex early and often, then I encourage you to be sure to also develop the first three stages if you want to build a sexual relationship that lasts.

You can find Dr. Veronica’s radio show and webtv show, Medicine Woman Modern World when you visit www.DrVeronica.com

And if you or your single friends are seeking your great love, I’ll help you choose your perfect match in the dating site I created for positive, successful singles. To celebrate our global launch, I’m offering a gift membership to the first 1000 singles who sign up. Take a free look around as my guest at www.TribeOfSingles.com

Get the red-hot love life you deserve,

Hadley Finch

What else can big attraction be telling you about compatibility?

Find out in part 2 of our series to help men and women stop dead-end dating and find love fast.

And if you or your single friends are seeking great love, I’ll help you choose your perfect match in the dating site I created for positive, successful singles. Take a free look around as my guest at www.TribeOfSingles.com

Get the red-hot love life you deserve,

Hadley Finch

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