Safe sex tips for people in same sex relationships:
-determine risk of pregnancy…this is about anatomy, not sexual orientation or gender identity. If a sperm can get near an egg, there’s a risk and you need to consider contraception.
-determine risk of STIs. The only way to know that nobody involved has an STI is to get tested.
-think about vaccines such as HPV, Hep A and B
-think about medications such as Prep. Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is a medication that an HIV-negative person can take daily to reduce their risk for contracting HIV while being sexual with an HIV-positive person. Prep can be recommended for people who are sexual with an HIV-positive person, people who don’t consistently use barriers, anyone who’s been diagnosed with another STI within the last 6 months, anyone who uses or has a partner who uses intravenous substances and shares needles, syringes, or other equipment to inject
-use internal and external condoms correctly
-use dental dams correctly
-gloves for finger play

Sounds to me it’s the same advice for everyone!! Be safe 👍