Fluid Bonding is About More Than Just Unprotected Sex

The real reasons behind why you and your partner should be talking about fluid bonding.

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What is Fluid Bonding?

Fluid bonding is the act of skipping the protection when it comes to sex. Both physical— and emotional. While the standard definition of the term refers solely to sharing bodily fluids with a sexual partner: saliva, blood, semen, and ejaculate. However, many people believe that when it comes to sharing intimate fluids, you’re also sharing a whole lot more— and they’re not necessarily wrong.

Whenever you make the choice to share fluids with your partner, you also make the choice of putting yourself— and your partner— at greater risk from catching STI/STDs, pregnancy, or even (some believe) feels. This is because sharing fluids also means you’re going to share the greater responsibilities of sex. Which also means you should want to thoroughly discuss this situation before jumping in.

Particularly if you plan on skipping the exclusivity of a long-term relationship. It’s important to be honest and open with your partner about how you feel about swapping fluids— and you should also be ready to supply a fresh STD test, as well as expect one in return. If you’re involved in any heterosexual contact, make sure that you and your partner have contraception on lock and you’re both on the same page as far as preventing unwanted pregnancy.

When Do You Know You’re Ready?

Knowing you’re ready for fluid bonding can be a tough choice to make. You’ll need to trust your partner implicitly. Most people reserve this type of sex for monogamous or deeply committed relationships; using fluid bonding as a way to signal their dedication to the relationship and their partner. Others may not hold fluid bonding in such high regard, choosing to forego barrier protection for other reasons. Regardless of why you or your partner chooses to not use protection, it’s something that should be discussed at length and agreed upon by both parties.

All because you could be setting yourself up for a number of situations that you may not be able to change in the future. Certain diseases can be life threatening or chronic. Things like AIDS/HIV, herpes, and HPV can all cause serious and lasting illness. Which is why it’s important to ensure that your barrier-free sex is truly without any barriers to your health. So, unless both you and your partner are both ready and willing to deal with any risks, you may want to pop on that condom or dental dam until you’re both ready for something more.

So, Is It Really Better Sex?

There are many, many, different types of sex out there. Some which don’t involve fluids, penetration, or barriers. Deciding which type of sex you want to have is often a spur of the moment decision— but just remember that there are a number of ways that you can adequately entertain your desires without having to entertain a nasty infection. Even if you’re in a monogamous relationship, but not quite ready for fluid bonding, it can always be fun to throw in a bit of kink. Check out any of the BangBros porn clips for some saucy ideas.

Ultimately, it’s important to never feel like you have to engage in any sex you’re not ready for. And if your partner isn’t willing to entertain your thoughts and desires, it’s not time to ditch the barriers— it’s time to ditch the partner.