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Co-Author and Artist of "Naturally GoodCooking" Cook Book.

Status: Member since July 13, 2008
Location: Spain
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TRCB - Member Profile - Melissa Martin

Graduated at St Martin's University with a certificate in traditional character animation.

Has a passion for art and enjoys illustration, having studied graphic design for several years.

Co-Author and Artist of "Naturally GoodCooking" Cook Book.

Fluent in both english and spanigh language.

Trained as a qualified healthcare advisor, likes being able to help people giving advise and information on minor ailments.

Hoping to obtain some training in teaching to expand her knowledge.

Female condoms are made out of polyurethane (plastic), with a flexible ring at each end; one side will be open and will lay outside the body to make sure the condom does not disappear completely inside the vagina, while the other will be used to guide the condom into the right position and will be closed up to prevent the sperm from escaping inside the vagina.
Male condoms are one of the oldest methods of contraception and unlike any other method, a condom has a dual use: they stop conception and are also effective in protecting against some sexually transmitted infections (STI) including human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). They may also help protect against cancer of the cervix.
A diaphragm is a barrier method of birth control made of a soft, flexible rim latex (rubber) or silicone dome-shape which is placed over the cervix, behind the pubic bone before intercourse; therefore preventing the sperm from reaching the uterus and stopping pregnancy occurring.