Tuesday, September 4, 2007

Sex Advice For College Freshmen

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – It’s that time of year again, when teens leave home for the first time to pursue a higher education – and have lots and lots of sex.

For many freshmen, the first year of college is when they start having sex, and one renowned “sexpert” is hooking them up with some tips for keeping it safe in the sack.

Los Angeles-based sex therapist, Dr. Don Etkes runs the sex advice website, SexEsteem.com, and advises first-time fornicators to try and keep condoms where they belong.

He says, "You should always use condoms on a penis, not as party favors or room decorations. They’re more useful that way. STDs can put a damper on the college experience.”

The sexpert also urges teens to wait until they’re in a relationship to pop their cherries, and to keep the sexcapades out of the back seat.

He says, “Sex in a parked car is not the best, because having the police as onlookers is bad.”

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