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    There's new research showing a rise in the levels of sexually transmitted diseases among people who are slightly older. The reason is that, when marriages break down or one partner dies, people face loneliness and look to establish new relationships. In many cases, this will lead to unprotected sex. Many people aged 50 and more never got into the habit of using condoms and so they are at risk. Sadly, this is reflected in the numbers now being diagnosed with diseases including HIV. Ironically, at a time when we are generally better informed about the risks, it's also proving difficult to persuade schools to include lessons on the proper use of condoms.

    Even though surveys show about three quarters of all parents approve sex education in schools, it's very actively opposed by the remaining parents, most of whom are active in one of the religions. To appease the minority, the majority of courses approved for inclusion in the school curriculums around the country are either exclusively based on abstinence or feature abstinence with most of the other information downgraded in apparent importance. The result is that the US has the highest rate of pregnancies among teenage girls in the world, and one of the highest rates of sexually transmitted diseases in both sexes. Despite this depressing reality, it remains impossible to teach the proper use of condoms in schools today.

    This continuing failure is confirming the trend we already see in older people. Once stable monogamous relationships break down and unprotected sex with multiple partners resumes, diseases pass quickly. Why is it particularly difficult to persuade older men to use condoms? Apart from changing the nature of the physical sensation, there's a more practical difficulty to overcome. It's relatively easy to put the condom on and secure it when there's a hard erection. But when the point of the erection is only a preparation for sex and involves fitting a condom which is not really wanted, many men find the erection disappears. This makes it difficult to put the condom on properly and it's more likely to come off during intercourse which rather defeats the point of the exercise. Once the man has experienced the difficulty, attempting to put on the condom while the partner is waiting (and often watching) becomes stressful. Performance anxiety creeps in and, as the humiliations grow more intense, so the resistance to putting on the condom grows. Research now shows an increasing number of men now buy Viagra and use it to overcome this problem. They have discovered it easy to form and maintain a hard erection once the little blue pill is in the bloodstream. This makes it easy to put on the condom and so create the barrier both to prevent conception and to stay safe from disease. Unfortunately, this is not one of the FDA approved purposes for the use of the drug and so it's never mentioned in the ads encouraging you to buy Viagra. That's why sites like this are important.

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