Was Richelle Obama Too Safer With Porn?

Recently, we have been hearing a lot of media outlets discussing how newly engaged couples should proceed after tying the knot. While the couple has the option to engage in the sexual activity with no sexual interaction beforehand, many are citing the fact that they are very much familiar with each other and know what the other wants. In other words, they have taken into consideration the real essence of having sex before making the decision to make love. It is suggested that both parties proceed with caution when it comes to watching lesbian porn together.

First off, it is important to point out that this particular decision is not something that is forced on anyone. It is entirely up to the couple. If one wants to proceed with the porn scenes, then that is their prerogative. However, if either one feels as though he or she would fare better with the sexual encounter without the distraction of watching lesbian porn, then they should stick to the traditional activities. After all, the point of the wedding ceremony was to symbolize the start of a new and fulfilling life together. Why tempt fate?

As it turns out, the answer is simple. Rachel Ray and diagnosed as HIV positive, she did not consider herself at risk of contracting the virus. In fact, when she was engaged in an intercourse escapade with a woman who is HIV positive, the event was the first time she had intercourse since the diagnosis. As such, she was understandably nervous about contracting the disease.

The same can be said for Michelle, who watched porn films with her much less apprehensive prior to the wedding. We all know what certain movies can do to a person’s libido. Richelle did not watch any of her usual porno flicks prior to the ceremony. In fact, there were very few soft porn options for her to choose from. So what does that say to someone who is HIV positive and does not necessarily have a fear of contracting the HIV virus?

On the one hand, there is no harm done by not watching porn. However, at the same time, it can be very dangerous if one does get contracted with the HIV virus. To make matters worse, Richelle’s own lifestyle made her susceptible to getting infected. She did not use a condom. As a result, she put everyone’s health at risk.

It is important for us to remember that being HIV positive does not mean that we have to be forever celibate. It also does not mean that we should have to give up sexual activity. The decision to remain abstinent is always our own to make. If we feel we have the ability to remain abstinent, that is the best option for us. If, however, we feel that we need to engage in intercourse, we should make sure we do so in the presence of a condom.