Elizabeth Boske said it best: "Lesbian safer sex is not an oxymoron. Some sexual acts require a bit more flexibility than others, sure — but we're actually talking about levels of risk when it comes to disease and infection. Activities that are considered to be lower risk include "hugging, touching, massage, and masturbation. Some women who identify as gay or bisexual have also had sex with men at some point.
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13 Tips For Women Having Safe Sex With Other Women
Know important health issues for lesbians and women who have sex with women — from sexually transmitted infections to depression — and get tips for taking charge of your health. All women face certain health risks. However, sexual minority women, such as those who identify as lesbian or bisexual as well as women who have sex with women, have some specific health concerns. Although your individual risks are shaped by many factors beyond your sexual orientation and practices — including family history and age — it's important to understand common health issues for sexual minority women and steps you can take to stay healthy. Sexual minority women are at higher risk of depression and anxiety.
ABSTRACT: Lesbians and bisexual women encounter barriers to health care that include concerns about confidentiality and disclosure, discriminatory attitudes and treatment, limited access to health care and health insurance, and often a limited understanding as to what their health risks may be. Health care providers should offer quality care to all women regardless of sexual orientation. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists endorses equitable treatment for lesbians and bisexual women and their families, not only for direct health care needs, but also for indirect health care issues.