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***Warning to all women please watch out for these nasty dick bitches that's burning***

Our first suspect is quincy miles robinson currently living 4119 st james st cincinnati ohio he is guilty of having a dirty ass dick these are the charges against him he is charged with 2 counts of 1 count of Chlamydia and 1 count of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease and 1 count of Gonorrhea if you see this man please stay clear of him for he is really really dangerous to your health!!

Our next suspect is chris Robison yes the brother of quincy he is also charged with having a dirty dick he is charged with 2 counts of trichomonas 1 count of Gonorrhea 1 count of Chlamydia and a count of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

these are very serious charges and since these hoes cant keep their nasty dicks to themselves to all the helpless females out there who don't know i'm doing you all a favor by saying don't fuck with these hoes!!!!!!

If you have viewed this site and your a victim of nasty dick bitches please send an email to dirty_dick_fame@yahoo.com with picture and the charges you are holding against him and i will post it up on our site so that all women around will be warned and keep safe!

*A little reminder *
It Can Happen To You
If you have sex with someone who has an STD, you can get it, too. About 1 in 4 people in this country has an STD. The more people you have sex with, the greater the chance that you will get an STD. "A few years ago I got gonorrhea. It made me feel dirty inside. My tubes got infected, and I had a terrible pain in my belly. I swore I'd never let that happen to me again. Since then, I use condoms every time. No excuses!"

--Robena, age 28
Most People Don't Know Even someone you love can have an STD. Millions of people have STDs--even people who are kind, sexy, and loving. Most of them do not know they have a disease. But they can still give the STD to others. "I never thought about STDs until I dated a man who had herpes. He was really honest and one of the nicest people I've ever met. That made me see that anyone who's had sex could have an STD. You can't tell by how someone looks."

--Chris, age 45
STDs Can Keep A Woman From Ever Having Children STDs can infect a woman deep inside. They can damage a woman's body so she cannot have children. Many women don't know they have an STD until it's too late. Last year I got tested and found out I had chlamydia. I was shocked--I had no idea anything was wrong. My doctor told me if I had not gotten treated, I might never have been able to have children."

--Angelica, age 21
It's Okay To Wait To Have Sex The surest way to prevent any STD is don't have sex. There are many ways to show love besides sex. Kissing, talking, and touching feel good and are safe. You cannot spread an STD if there is no contact between the penis, vagina, mouth, or anus. "Sex is not something you just go out and do. I mean, for one thing, there's your feelings--like how you feel about each other after sex. I feel like, when I do it, I want it to be right."

--Aaron, age 17
If You Do Have Sex, Use Condoms Latex condoms help protect both people if you use them the right way every time. Use condoms for any kind of sex--vaginal, oral, or anal. "It was pretty embarrassing the first time. Neither Jan or I knew the right way to use a condom. But we learned, and we made it fun."

--Jamal, 19
If You Have Had Sex, Get Tested For STDs It's important to get tested once a year, even if you feel fine. Go to a doctor's office or clinic right away if you have any of these symptoms: pain when you go to the bathroom a strange fluid or drip from the penis or vagina bleeding between periods (women) To find out where you can get free treatment in your area, call the CDC National STD Hotline at 1-800-227-8922. "I had to tell Kim I had gonorrhea. It was one of the hardest things I've ever done. But I didn't want her to get messed up from an STD."

--Michael, age 24
Most STDs can be Treated If you have an STD: Tell your partner they need to get tested too. Take all of your medicine, even if you start to feel better. Never take another person's medicine or give someone yours. Don't have sex until you and your partner are treated. "I used to think there was no use trying to prevent HIV or anything. I thought, 'It can't happen to me.' Now I've grown up some, and I see it differently. I have responsibilities."

--Lui, 18
The Right Way to Use a Condom
The Male Condom Keep condoms cool and dry.
Never use skin lotions, baby oil, Vaseline or cold cream with condoms. The oil in these products will cause the condom to break. You may use products made with water (like K-Y jelly or glycerin).
Put on a new condom before any kind of sex.
Hold the condom by the tip and squeeze out the air.
Unroll the condom all the way over the hard penis. Have sex.
Hold the condom so it can't come off the penis. Pull out.

The Female Condom
The female condom fits inside a woman's vagina. It has a soft ring on each end. The outer ring stays on the outside of the vagina and partly covers the labia (lips). The inner ring fits inside the vagina to hold the condom in place.
Put the condom in any time before sex.
Add water-based lubricant to the inside of the condom.
Squeeze the inner ring of the condom. Put the inner ring and pouch into the vagina.
With your finger, push the inner ring as far into the vagina as it will go.
Guide the penis into the condom.
After sex, remove the condom before standing .

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