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Birth control and prevention against STDs is your responsibility. The days of unprotected sex are gone. So are the days of depending on your partner to provide the protection during sex. Here are the facts: If you don't use condoms, and you aren't in a monogamous relationship, you have a huge chance of contracting VD.

 

No forms of birth control are 100 percent effective, even when used in conjunction with condoms. This includes Norplant, diaphram, IUD, cervical cap, and the rhythm method. They are all risky. No forms of birth control, except condoms, prevent the spread of STDs. This is why condoms are required if you plan safe sex.

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