Let’s talk about sex, baby

 

Guess what…?

Vegans have sex! I know, right? Who would’ve thought it. Despite the stereotype of vegans being “hippies”, the majority of us don’t spend our life laying on mud and hugging trees…

There’s nothing I love more than a sweaty bedroom session- you know what I mean hons?

In fact I’m the type of person who will turn the most innocent conversations into a full-blown sex discussion, I have no qualms asking celebrities who they’re banging, I will have an open talk about lube in the office, and I’m probably the queen of sexual innuendos.

There’s nothing wrong with an active sex life – providing you’re not sleeping around!

But it’s important you do it safely because we don’t want any unexpected babies popping out nor do we want a nasty case of clap or gonners in every hole possible, do we hons?

Obviously being vegan I don’t agree with the contraceptive pill (it turned me into Psycho Sally anyway – but more on that another day) or any other methods that may have been tested on animals. Did you know your bog-standard condoms actually contain milk?

Yep, that’s right, most condoms are made with latex and contain casein, a protein which is found in milk. What’s a vegan girl to do when she discovers this atrocity?

No, I’m not telling you to rely on the pull-out method. Very bad idea!

And, no, you don’t have to turn celibate.

Reason being? There’s actually vegan condoms on the market! Thank you to the person who created these beautiful pieces of rubber so that vegans can have sex. You’re the best!

So after doing some extensive research and hunting around in health stores, I found Fair Squared. Don’t get me wrong, they’re pretty pricey. I think I paid about £8 for a box containing 10 condoms but they’re very good. I’ve been using them – I say I, I haven’t, he has – for a while now and I’ve never had a breakage, redness or any discomfort from them.

They come in various sizes (right up to XL) and different sensations – sensitive and ultra thin. I get mine from a health store in London but there’s another brand called Glyde on Amazon. I haven’t used this company but have heard some good things about them.

So there you have it, you don’t have to ban bedroom banging when you turn vegan.

Love and hugs! x

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