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Victoria Howard is the publisher of 10 books. Her most popular book, Why Women Love Bad Boys, is now sold in 10 countries.
Vicki is called The Baby Boomer Dating Guru and the Safe Sex Advocate for Baby Boomers.
She has appeared on Fox & Friends, Good Day LA, and Good Morning Sacramento. Join us as Vicki speaks about the rise of STDs in baby boomers, and how we can prevent them.
Dr. Annise Mabry the owner of Lez Mystery Box an online sex toy store. Dr. Mabry has been involved in the adult toy industry since 2003 when she began working as a toy reviewer and over the last decade, she has ghost written hundreds of toy reviews for sites such as Eden’s Fantasies, Adam & Eve, and Extreme Restraints.
Can you get an STD from sexy toys?
Can you give yourself a bacteria infection from sex toys?
Discuss Bacterial Vaginosis and sex toys
Discuss how to properly clean your sex toys
Talks about the risks of sharig sex toys
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Joe and Kate are joined by Elizabeth Brucia to talk about STD's. Would you still date someone if they told you they had Herpes? Do most people realize that about 80% of people already have HPV? Listen in to see what they think!
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Hello everyone! Tonight we discuss Ebola, a new pill that is supposed to prevent HIV and STDs. Are you worried about Ebola? Is a pill to prevent HIV a good or a bad thing? Are "regular" STDs no longer relevant? Call up and let us know LIVE or send us an email or voice message to know your stance. As always we will be hitting 5 more Man Laws. Tonight's laws include:
Going hard or going home-
Questioning a woman as to her whereabouts-
Waiting on women when out with the fellas-
Sucking up to your boss-
Snitching on the job-
Feel free to call us up live to share your opinions at (646) 595-2779. We will also check your emails sent to ManLawLive@gmail.com, your voice messages left at (336) 422-1973, your tweets sent to https://twitter.com/Official_ML (please use the hashtag #MLLive) and any comments left on the FANPAGE (www.facebook.com/ManLawLive) or FB GROUP (www.facebook.com/groups/108712779174150/).
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"Upfront & Straightforward" Host Alan Roger Currie leads another Open Forum Discussion, with this one centering on the potential risks, dangers, and repercussions of men engaging in sexual intercourse with women without wearing a condom
Preventing HIV, Herpes, and other STDs by engaging in Safe Sex
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Nina Bingham comes back to Charlotte View with a show that will make you ponder on the role societal stigma has on the mental health in the LGBT community. By sharing her own story of acceptance and transformation (enlightment) Nina hopes to bring awareness on the need of a competent mental health program and professionals who understand the intricancies that the LGBT community has.
Special Guest: Nami James Nesterowicz who will share his story as a transgender
Nina will share her professional and personal opinion on areas such as:
Sexual orientation vs. gender orientation
Same-sex attraction. Can it be corrected or cured?
How do you know you are Gay? Are you born or made?
"Coming Out" the process, safety issues, best practice
Nami James will talk about areas such as:
what it means to be transgender? Transexual? Cross-dresser?
What is gender identity and gender expression?
Is being transgender a mental disorder?
Experiences of violence and victimization are frequent for LGBT individuals, and have long-lasting effects on the individual and the community. Personal, family, and social acceptance of sexual orientation and gender identity affects the mental health and personal safety of LGBT individuals.
Legal discrimination in access to health insurance, employment, housing, marriage, adoption, and retirement benefits. Lack of laws protecting against bullying. Lack of social programs for LGBT youth, adults, and elders. Shortage of health care providers competent in LGBT health
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Raw talk radio is designed to spread awarness and discuss safe sex alternatives.
We talking about an epidemic in our society concerning people giving other people diseases and std's without telling them they have it...
Is fear of rejection a component in why they don't tell?
What happens to the person that finds out?
Is it still considered victimization, deciets and lies?
Is there laws against knowing you have an std's or disease...what can happen?
How does it feel to be betrayed?
What happens to your trust level for other people that may be new potential mates for the future?
Come join me and my co-hosts on this adventure to uncover truths about life and how to avoid death!
Call in and bring back alley degrees to the table...
What can we do to help others curb the possibilities of catching diseases and std's?
Be more than aware; take care! Love your selves; better than any one else!
Call in and participate with your back alley degrees and expertise... Hypotheses are welcomed too!
Welcome to A Theory of Parenting on Blogtalkradio.com
My name is Tammi Joyner
I am your Host for the Show
Today we have topic that we rate a PG.
We would like to discuss with our audience and teens and parents
the topic of STD.
We looked up the topic at http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/sexually-transmitted-diseases-stds/basics/definition/con-20034128 and www.forensic-access.co.uk/body-fluids-forensic-science-sexual-assaults-rapes.asp
Yes, Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), or sexually transmitted infections (STIs), are generally acquired by sexual contact.
The organisms that cause sexually transmitted diseases may pass from person to person in blood, semen, or vaginal and other bodily fluids.
Some such infections can also be transmitted nonsexually, such as from mother to infant during pregnancy or childbirth, or through blood transfusions or shared needles.
It's possible to contract sexually transmitted diseases from people who seem perfectly healthy — people who, in fact, aren't even aware of being infected. Many STDs cause no symptoms in some people, which is one of the reasons experts prefer the term "sexually transmitted infections" to "sexually transmitted diseases."
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