• Breaking News

    Sunday, 22 March 2015

    Sex after the snip...

    MEET Khosi Masina and her boyfriend, Gladwin May, from Jabulani, Soweto.

    They started dating shortly after he was medically circumcised in October 2013. Although Khosi did not say if this was her first sexual encounter with a circumcised man, she said she has noticed a difference in the bedroom.

    “He takes longer to reach o. I’m enjoying him,” Khosi said.
    Sex after the snip...
    Studies from South Africa, Kenya and Uganda show that medical male circumcision can reduce a man’s risk of contracting HIV by up to 60%.

    However, medical male circumcision only provides some protection from HIV so Khosi and Gladwin have taken health workers’ advice and still use condoms to ensure they stay HIV-negative.

    “We always use condoms,” said Khosi, who adds that condoms can also protect against sexually transmitted infections.

    “The sex is so pleasurable,” she was quick to say again. Gladwin is happy he chose to be medically circumcised and often encourages his friends to go for the quick procedure.

    Gladwin said: “I am not only protecting myself from sexually transmitted infections but I am protecting my partner as well. And the great sex is a real benefit!”

    – Health-e News Service


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