A few months ago, I was chatting with my partner about sex.
“The sex part of it is so fun, but the cost is so high,” she said.
“I don’t know why I ever paid for it.”
She was right.
We’d both had a long talk about sex pricing.
We talked about the difference between sex and other things we paid for, how much it would cost to have sex, and how much money we’d saved on our own bills.
We also discussed how we both thought we’d never get laid, and whether or not we’d ever have sex again.
I had never heard of the Pill, and the next time we talked, I asked, “What’s this thing called a sex life?”
She nodded and smiled.
We went back and forth for a while, and then she asked me if I’d heard of an X pill, which is basically a sex-lubricant that costs $300 and lasts six months.
The pill I’d been hearing about for years, she said, “seems so weird to talk about.
It sounds like you’re just thinking about it.”
“Is that the sex pill?”
“Yeah,” she replied.
“Is it a pill that helps you cum?
Is it a condom that prevents pregnancy?”
“It’s a sex toy,” I said.
I hadn’t heard of it before, so I wondered if it was the same thing.
“How is it different?” she asked.
I told her that, yes, it was a sex product, but I’d never heard about it before.
“Are you saying that X is the pill?” she said with a chuckle.
I wasn’t really sure what to think, so we went back to the subject.
She said she was worried that if I mentioned X to someone else, they’d think I was talking about the Pill.
She was not alone in this.
According to the most recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 4 women who have sex have an STD, and while we don’t yet know what causes them, it’s thought that there’s some sort of virus that spreads sexually transmitted infections.
In 2012, there were approximately 8.6 million new infections, or about one out of every 10 women who had sex with someone they’d had sex before, according to the CDC.
“It makes sense,” my friend said.
But what does X mean for us?
The Pill isn’t a new invention.
Sex toys like the X Pill, condoms that don’t stick, and birth control pills that don, have been around for decades.
What makes the Pill different?
It’s different in a number of ways.
The Pill is much more expensive than other kinds of sex products, and it’s not available to women.
The X pill is the first time we’ve heard of a sex drug that costs more than the Pill does.
It’s not just a product that women can use to get off; it’s a product designed specifically for women.
“Women use condoms to prevent STIs, so the Pill is really designed for that,” said Lisa Gandy, an associate professor of health care policy and management at the University of California, San Francisco.
“So women aren’t going to just be buying condoms.”
There’s also a big difference between the Pill and other sex-toys that are marketed to women: the X pill isn’t available to all women, and women don’t get to choose what their partners buy, so you’re left with either a pill or a condom.
The reason you get the Pill instead of the other sex toys is because women are more likely to get tested for STIs.
According the CDC, one in five women will get tested with an STI during their lifetime, and in 2011, only 17% of women in the U.S. were tested for the STIs in 2011.
While the Pill doesn’t prevent STI infections, it does prevent the spread of sexually transmitted diseases like gonorrhea and syphilis.
“With a condom, you don’t want to be exposing yourself to the infection,” Gandy said.
Women can still have sex with a partner who’s infected with STIs if they have an effective and effective barrier, such as a condom or a dental dam.
And because the Pill isn’nt available to most women, the Pill can also be sold to people who don’t need it.
“You don’t have to pay for it,” said Gandy.
“There are people who can pay for the Pill.”
“I love the Pill,” my partner said.
It sounded like I was in love with the Pill!
It was a good feeling, but as we talked about sex, I realized that the Pill was different.
I didn’t know the Pill at the time, but now that I know, I can’t even begin to describe how different it is.
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