Want to share this Foto on another web-site or blog?

Paste one of the following lines in to your site, blog or profile page..


HTML (for myspace, bebo etc):

BBCode (for message boards/forums):
[ View the Fotopage entry | View the complete Fotopage ]

Mail this Foto to a friend

Next >
[ View the Fotopage entry | View the complete Fotopage ]

Friday, 21-Jun-2013 06:42
Help to make time for intercourse
You give us your favourite sex tips,My number one sex tip is really for couples in a reasonably long term relationship. Once that initial excitement and urgency has started to fade the most important thing is to make time for sex. That's not to say that it's important to do it every second Sun.en shown that HIV treatment is also a powerful public health tool to suppress transmission of HIV.The above factors, plus a number of specific political, societal, cultural, and policy-related challenges, pose formidable obstacles to the fight against the epidemic in the region.

I sincerely hope I will be able to make a difference and am committed to encouraging countries in the region to turn the tide of the epidemic and save millions of lives. An urgent mobilization is needed to respond to the epidemic in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, including much greater attention to, and involvement of marginalized and criminalized populations, particularly people who use drugs, sex workers, and gay men, and other men who have sex with men.

I vividly remember the fantastic march and rally for human rights at the last International AIDS Conference in Vienna two years ago. At the press conference that preceded the event, I said that we all needed to use the conference, and the march and rally, to re-invigorate the AIDS movement as a human rights movement. This is as true today as it was two years ago.Why are human rights so central to the AIDS response, in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, as everywhere else?

For all the 10 reasons that are so well articulated in the “Human Rights and HIV/AIDS: Now More Than Ever” declaration, that remains as important today as it was when it was first released six years ago. But also because new approaches, such as treatment as prevention, simply will not work without much greater attention to human rights. We will only be able to get people into treatment early, and retain them in treatment, if we finally move from rhetoric to real action on HIV and human rights.Many good news stories are emerging at AIDS 2012 in Washington this week, about the scale up of access to anti-retroviral treatment, the decreasing AIDS-rel.er community as well.

This study shows that understanding sexual communication goes beyond attempts to discuss sexual history, Kosenko says. It also entails the difficult process of trying to determine if a sexual partner is being forthcoming.In addition, the study found that talking about safer sex is about more than using condoms. For example, in the transgender community, some people go through the process of getting tested for sexually transmitted diseases with a partner and then having unprotected sex if both test negative for HIV. The partners also establish rules for sexual activity outside the relationship. For instance, are outside relationships acceptable if condoms are used?I think these findings will help us provide safer sex outreach tools for the transgender community that are based in reality, Kosenko says. And a lot of what we found in this study applies to sexual communication outside of the transgender community as well. Pushing for people to always use condoms may be impractical.

Perhaps it would be more effective to promote a broader definition of safer sex practices.A paper describing the study is published in the June issue of the Journal of Communication. The research was funded by the National Institute of Mental Health.NC State's Department of Communication is part of the university's College of Humanities and Social Sciences.

© Pidgin Technologies Ltd. 2016