(Part 1 of the series can be found here.)
American women are a petri dish. If you have sex with American women, you will regularly come into contact with an STD. Although most STDs do not pose a serious threat to men, there are some ways to avoid them.
I learned these tricks not from the game, but from the gym.
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and other grappling sports are fucking nasty. The human body carries staphylococcus. Staph is a disgusting bacterial that will form puss-filled, bullet-hole shaped marks on your skin. (Do a Google Image search for: staph infection.)
Plus, guys in general are pretty nasty. A brown belt once asked me to “roll” with him. I saw a clear herpes sore on his mouth. To decline training with him would have caused me a lot of drama at the school. I had to take my changes.
I felt sick to my stomach, wondering if there would be herpes all over my body:
Herpes Gladiatorum is one of the most infectious of herpes-caused diseases, and is transmissible by skin-to-skin contact. The disease was first described in the 1960s in the New England Journal of Medicine. It is caused by cutaneous infection with Human Herpes Simplex Virus type 1 (HSV-1), which more commonly causes cold sores. It is not to be confused with HSV-2, which usually causes genital herpes.
I immediately went home and lathered my body up with this stuff – Defense Soap.
Defense Soap has tea tree oil in it. Tea tree oil is anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, and anti-viral. STDs are just nasty bacteria, fungi, and viruses.
Defense Soap also has Eucalyptus Globulus – another potent antimicrobial.
Here’s how I use Defense Soap products:
- I keep a bar of soap in my house. If I’m banging a chick out on home turf, I lather my cock with potent antimicrobials.
- I keep a box of Defense Soap wipes (think baby wipes for players) in my car. Stash a couple in a small zip-lock baggie (to keep them moist), throw them in your jacket, and you’re covered.
- When I don’t have Defense Soap, I always wash my cock and balls after sex. I also try urinating.
I also protect the cock by keeping it well lubricated.
The best condom a man has is the skin on his dick. If your skin is supple and well-hydrated, bacteria has trouble passing through it.
Yet how many times have you seen red sores on your dick that turned out to be nothing more than raw skin from multiple pounding sessions?
That raw skin means you have decreased skin barrier function.
To keep the skin on your dick well protected, apply an emollient before going out. I personally use Aquaphor, but a cheap jar of Vaseline is effective, too. A little goes a long way.
I also regularly use coconut oil as a lubricant:
(NaturalNews) In a time when strange viruses are making headlines around the world, perhaps it’s time you knew about the most powerful natural antiviral around: coconut oil. The antiviral activity in coconut oil is unparalleled, even among the most resistant viruses, and the best part is, if it’s virgin and organic, there isn’t a man-made chemical in the mix.
If you’re about to slam it inside of her, just slip some on. She won’t notice the difference. (I keep a jar of extra virgin coconut oil in the kitchen to cook with and add to protein shakes. I keep a separate jar of coconut oil in the bathroom to use as a moisturizer and hair glorifier.)
Apply the emollients and oils to your cock, emphasizing the head of your dick. Remember to hit the surrounding areas.
Basically, we are creating a “pussy juice protection” area. If poison pussy juice could possibly come in contact with an area of your skin, apply some protection.
You could also use condoms, but I hate condoms.
I’d much rather go raw dog, use Defense Soap wipes and coconut oil, and run the risk of contracting an STD than ruining my enjoyment of sex from by putting an ungodly plastic sheath over my sword.