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john
09-27-2004
10:36 AM ET (US)
Whatever the state of your love life right now, even if it's non-existent, you owe it to yourself to know about contraception. There's a wide range of different methods on offer to prevent unplanned pregnancy. Just be aware that only condoms also guard against sex infection. Here's the lowdown on the lot:

Barrier methods
condoms - diaphragm & cap
In contraception terms, a barrier is a block that physically prevents sperm from entering the womb. Male condoms are made from latex (or polyurethane), and fit over the penis. The female condom is made from polyurethane and fits inside the vagina. Caps and diaphragms are each designed to fit over the female cervix, while all methods are most effective when used along with a spermicidal.sesso manga donne italiane foto gratis

Hormonal contraceptives
Combined pill - progestogen-only pill - emergency pill - patch - injection - implants - male hormonal contraception
Hormones are basically chemicals that occur naturally in the body, which are used to control certain functions. Some hormones can be created artificially, and used to encourage the body to behave in a certain way. Hormonal methods of contraception are a safe and effective method of birth control for women, though none protect against sex infections.capezzoli culi gay ragazze

Natural methods
fertility awareness
Using natural indicators, such as changes in body temperature and/or cervical mucus, a woman is able to calculate what days she is fertile each month. When she knows she is fertile, she and her partner avoid sex or use a barrier method such as condoms. These techniques can be complicated, however, and take a great deal of commitment.accompagnatore figa teen vagina
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Lonnie AndersonPerson was signed in when posted
12-06-2002
09:56 PM ET (US)
Man, I can't believe that I missed the SoCal uke fest!!!
 I was totally in the area at that time, too... Argh!!!
 I will have to pay more attention to next year. I found a
 new luthier today at a woodworking show in Phoenix. This
guy had one of the most beautiful ukes I have ever seen!
 Now I gotta sell sumpthin to get my hands on one of these!
 Maybe I'll sell my vintage Kamaka... Naw, Maybe one of the
classic Martins... NEVER! Well, I will figure out some thing. Michael Rosen is the maker of these ukes. Not sure if he has any kind web site, but his e-mail is
 AZWoodman@aol.com Lonnie Anderson atSagewoodworks@aol.com
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uke jackson
10-02-2002
11:11 PM ET (US)
that ukecat museum is very cool. thanks, even tho i now must wipe up a drool puddle.

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