Dicktionary: A

Whether it’s long, curved or just plain cheeky, getting your penis tested every 6 months will keep you safe, no matter what mischief you get up to.

Dicktionary: B

Whether you’re firing off a load with a stranger or your boyfriend, taking ARVs regularly will make sure it’s safe to go ballistic in the bedroom.

Dictionary: C

If it’s already carrying an STI, your Custard Chucker has an 80% higher chance of contracting HIV. So make sure it’s always covered with a condom before you throw a load.

Dicktionary: D

Cover up with a condom and lube every time you jingle those balls, and remember to get tested regularly at your local clinic every 6 months.

Dicktionary: E

Cover up your trunk with a condom every time you have sex, and make sure to use lube for added protection.

Dicktionary: F

You don’t have to make a meal out of taking ARVs. Just swallow them once a day to make sure it’s safe to tuck in.

Dicktionary: G

If you’re going to lick, slurp and swallow a tasty treat, make sure you’re also swallowing your ARVs regularly to stay safe.

Dicktionary: H

If you’re getting down to some pounding, wearing a condom and using a lube every time you go to work is the best way to take care of your tool.

Dicktionary: I

Are you ready to get in the ring? The only way to know if your Induku is in proper fighting form is to get it tested for HIV every 6 months.

Dicktionary: J

Whether you’re in the driver’s seat or getting manhandled during a hookup, taking a HIV test every 6 months will help you stay firmly in control of your sexual health.

Dicktionary: K

Whether you’re firing off a load with a stranger or your boyfriend, taking ARVs regularly will make sure it’s safe to go ballistic in the bedroom.

Dicktionary: L

Wearing a condom and using lube every time you have sex is the best way to stay out of harm’s way and HIV free.

Dicktionary: M

Whether they’re packing heavy ammunition or light calibre ammo, every man needs to keep their penis out of the firing line, and safe from HIV. Use condoms, get tested regularly and, if necessary, take your ARVs every day.

Dicktionary: N

Nobody wants to get a nasty bite. Keep taking your ARVs regularly and checking your viral load to make sure your blood hasn’t been poisoned.

Dicktionary: O

As much fun as it is to just take aim and fire, wearing a condom and using lube every time you have sex is your best defence against winding up in a sticky situation.

Dicktionary: P

If you’re taking your PrEP every day, you’re on the right track to keeping your long fruit and berries HIV free.

Dicktionary: Q

What you put in your mouth is entirely up to you, but if there’s one time you really should swallow it’s when it’s time to take your PreP.

Dicktionary: R

The last thing you want is to get on the endangered list. Getting tested every 6 months will keep you aware of your status, and out of danger.

Dicktionary: S

If you’re all about the bang bang, it’s okay to unholster your weapon. Just make sure you’re using condoms and lube every time you have sex.

Dicktionary: T

Make sure to get your happy pipe tested regularly for HIV and remember to use protection every time you have sex.

Dicktionary: U

Being HIV+ doesn’t have to be a battle. Just stay sharp and take your ARV pills every day to keep your tip in top shape.

Dicktionary: V

It doesn’t matter if you’ve got your lips on the trumpet or just a fan of getting blown – getting an HIV test every 6 months if you’re sexually active keeps the whole team much, much safer.

Dicktionary: W

Do you like yours long, thick or just plain juicy? It doesn’t matter which kind of vleis you’re into, as long as you’re using a condom every time sex is on the menu.

Dicktionary: X

The best way to battle an HIV infection is to stay on top of your viral load. The lower your viral load count, the safer it is to pull out your sword.

Dicktionary: Y

Your sex life might be full of ups and downs, but keeping your viral load on a tight leash is crucial for a safe, healthy sex life.

Dicktionary: Z

It’s all fun and games until somebody gets hurt, so make sure you’re not the one spreading HIV when you’re swinging your axe. Cover it with a condom and use lube every time you split some wood.