Who the hell are you to tell anyone else what is appropriate for their body? Sex can be purely recreational and in fact is good for one's mental and physical health. There is no automatic emotional tie to someone just because you have sex.
First rule of safe sex is that you are responsible for your own protection--you don't have sex without taking precautions (unless you're hetero and want to conceive). Women need to insist the man use a condom, or should insist only on non-invasive forms of sex play. It would help if people stopped confusing love with lust, and to deal with sex as an activity, not a Harlequin fantasy.
Some STD's don't show up for years,so I wouldn't be bragging about being a "slut" yet.
"""There's nothing wrong with using one's body for pleasure, be it through sports, dance, or sex"""
Don't compare sports to sex. Sex has many benefits including pleasure. It bonds people emotionally, physcologically and physically. It is meant to. It was designed to. Having someone *use* you(sexually or however) is not appropriate or beneficial to anyone..
When sex is had out of selfishness or self-centerness,someone always gets affected. Many times a woman or man will not tell her/his partner that he has an STD. Many times a man will impregnate a woman and then bail on her AND his offspring,leaving them to suffer. Many times one or other is led on to believe that the other loves or cares about them only to be left hurt and used.
Not okay Peter.