Doctors have heart attacks, get cancers, and feel depressed. They get sexually transmitted infections (STIs) too. His or her tattoos, genital piercings, and pubic hair prunings are no doubt suspect, but more likely it is something else entirely. Being too high, too drunk, or too impassioned to play safely are the more probable culprits. STIs can happen to anyone. It’s an ironic realism of medicine. Nailing down behavioral risk is certainly important, but not to the exclusion of making safe sex fun. Even doctors are more likely to reach for pleasure enhancing safe sex accessories when the going gets hot.