Curse of Venus

Venus, the Greek Goddess

Make love, not diseases.
There are more than 25 different organisms and nearly 50 disease conditions of the reproductive and urinary systems that can result from an unhealthy lovemaking. Let’s call it sex from here. 

Make safe sex to save yourself and your Valentine from infections

The passionate act, when sought through orifices that are not primarily meant for the whole purpose of procreation, can often turn disastrous as regards health of the partners. It opens the gateway to a whole range of pathogens from the humble louse to the mighty syphilis and the dreadful HIV.

Though classically called Venereal diseases, the World Health Organization called for a revamp in the terminology. ‘Venereal’ is derived from Venus, the Greek God of love. There was a huge stigma that this word could generate. Now, how many people can really take the fact head on that a beautiful act of divine pleasure seeking can often end up in painful lesions and discharges? Since the year 1999, according to the WHO mandate, these diseases are called sexually transmitted infections. 

There’s just one life, and safe sex is the best sex. 

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Brighter than the full moon

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This night is going to be a long one

I can bring the moon to light up the sky

You bring the stars ’cause it’ll be fun

When we are together, time will fly.

We will live our dreams tonight 

Surrender our bodies to each other

Close your eyes while I turn off the light

No controlling instincts any further.

I’m all yours and give your all to me

We shine brighter than the full moon

We are Adam and Eve at the raging sea

Our night won’t end till tomorrow noon.