What is sexual promiscuity? If a person has sex with two or more people at the same time, it can be called promiscuity. Many people only indulge in temporary excitement. No one thinks that it will have a great impact on a person's future life, and they never consider the serious consequences of promiscuity. Yet we must warn people about the potential dangers of promiscuity.
Sex life is a normal physiological need of human beings, but legally and morally, it is best for everyone to have only one sexual partner. This is not only responsible for your partner, but also for yourself. Because excessive promiscuity can threaten life and health. So, what harm does promiscuity do to the human body?
First of all, promiscuity is easy to contract sexually transmitted diseases, because sexually transmitted diseases are mainly infectious diseases caused by high-risk sexual behaviors, similar sexual behaviors, or indirect contact. There are many types of sexually transmitted diseases, the common ones include gonorrhea, syphilis, genital warts, genital herpes, non-gonococcal urethritis, AIDS, etc.
Sexually transmitted diseases are very harmful. They can invade the genitourinary organs and cause lesions. They can also invade the lymph nodes through the lymphatic system. They can also spread through the blood and cause lesions in various important tissues and organs, causing serious complications and sequelae.
Especially for AIDS, there is currently no effective treatment, and people will eventually die due to severe damage to their immune function.
In addition to contracting sexually transmitted diseases, excessive promiscuity can cause long-term sexual nerve excitement. In the long run, patients may suffer from low sexual desire and other phenomena. For men, it may also cause sexual dysfunction such as impotence and premature ejaculation, seriously threatening the patient's normal quality of life.
Sexual promiscuity is not only extremely harmful to physical health, but also corrupts social morals. Everyone should be fully aware of the dangers of sexual promiscuity and avoid promiscuity. After all, many STDs are mostly caused by sexual infections, especially those with multiple partners and stranger sex partners. After all, STDs like AIDS will cause lifelong harm once contracted!
In short, no matter what, we should be more cautious about our sexual life and choice of sexual partners, take protective measures to avoid cross-infection, and avoid unwanted pregnancies. Promiscuity is not only irresponsible to your sexual partners and yourself, but it also increases the risk of disease transmission. Therefore, in order to protect our health and safety, we should first start by avoiding promiscuity.