Frequently Asked Questions You Should Know

We’re over 40. We’ve been through the sexual fumbling of our teens and twenties. We have some experience in what we like and what we want to explore. We’ve seen the ends of marriages and long term relationships. We’re in a different stage of life.

For those of us heading into the dating scene again, it can be intimidating and anxiety-provoking. First you have to meet someone, but how? Dating sites? Through friends? Once you do, there’s not only the small talk to deal with, there’s the idea of sex with a new person.

Moving into this stage comfortably, confidently and powerfully can bring up some questions. What do we need to know about safer sex? How do we talk with our partners about this stuff? What do we need to know about Sexually Transmitted Infections?

Gathering information and knowledge can make us more confident and positive as we move into this new stage of your life. Check the pages here, visit our blog, share your thoughts via comments and links. You should know.

Sexually Transmitted Infections: What Are the Risks?

 

Is Safer Sex Necessary After 40?

 

Talking To Your Doctor About Sexual Health

 

Talking to Your Partner About Safer Sex

 

Use Condoms With Confidence 

 

Talking To Your Kids About Safer Sex

 

Women and HIV

 

Can I trust this information?

Youshouldknow.ca: sexual health news, views and science for women in perimenopause and beyond. Find info on preventing sexually transmitted infections, aging considerations, and relationship dynamics. Supportive information for all of us as we move into our middle years with partners new and old.

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