Sex without Condoms How common is it REALLY?
Posted Wed Jul 14, 2010 08:16 AM
Posted Wed Jul 14, 2010 08:26 AM
I have recently been tested, and because of the relationship I am in now, I do plan on making condoms (safe sex) when I'm with someone else.. If that ever happens..
Posted Wed Jul 14, 2010 08:59 AM
Am I disappointed never to have felt her unprotected before we broke up... yes... Will it stop me using condoms in the future... no.
I don't know maybe I am just a bit too over cautious, but I prefer using a condom for the safety aspect.
Posted Wed Jul 14, 2010 11:19 AM
but they are a safe option..to avoid the effects of pills n other birth controls...
but when we go without it during periods...ohh wow..it seems as a big relief n the feeling is like one of the best in the world...
that makes us have more sex during periods..since its considerably safe...though i still prefer to cum out....
also at times when i cum inside..its amazing for both of us...
Posted Wed Jul 14, 2010 11:30 AM
Condoms are a necessary evil. For the scenarios you described above, I'd be putting on a rubber. If they didn't like it, they're free to leave.
Posted Wed Jul 14, 2010 12:43 PM
I think we've all been there... one-night stand without a condom and regrets afterwards (or in short-time relationship). We all know that we should use a condom and are stupid if we don't, yet we don't always act like it for many reasons, stupid as can be. I work at a STI clinic and all staff (who should know best!) admit that they had sex without a condom at least once, including me. I think if you are young and sexually active, this will happen one day, however strong you think you are.
Posted Wed Jul 14, 2010 03:01 PM
The only person I've slept with is my current fiancee, but at the beginning of our relationship, there were a few times when we didn't use condoms before I went on the Pill. He would pull out. Most of the time - I'd say 95-99% of the time, we did use condoms. (And yes, we're probably lucky we didn't get pregnant doing that. )
Now I'm on the Pill, and since I've been on it, it has been rare that we've used a condom. I can't remember the last time we used a condom.
Posted Wed Jul 14, 2010 05:13 PM
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Posted Wed Jul 14, 2010 10:11 PM
I was going to post a link to a news report on it, but the forum thinks I'm spam. You can look it up though.
Posted Wed Jul 14, 2010 10:18 PM
I'd imagine the thrill of finding out you have a life sentance wouldn't be too great.
remember, its nothing to do with pure girls or whatever, HIV isnt just a sexual thing and anyone you encounter could have it.
Is it worth the risk? I think not
Posted Wed Jul 14, 2010 10:29 PM
I suppose birds of a feather type stuff applies, because that it hasn't been my experience at all in my peer group to forego condoms with untested partners.
Posted Thu Jul 15, 2010 01:22 AM
Posted Thu Jul 15, 2010 06:55 AM
And if you have HIV use a condom, I think it's a criminal offence in UK to have unprotected sex if you know you are HIV.
HIV is not the death sentance it used to be, but if you have it you will require 'the cocktail' basically several drugs to manage it.
There's still a lot of hysteria surrounding HIV my advice, play safe.
You can only know your own situation, not people you will meet on a one night stand etc.
Is a moment of pleasure worth an eternity of regret?
Say your married and you infect your spouse, would they be thrilled at that?
Also forget HIV all the other STD's readily available too.
Yes unprotected sex is great put only in the correct situation, or you playing Russian Roulette with your genetalia.
Posted Thu Jul 15, 2010 09:21 AM
I have to trust a guy *a lot* to have unprotected sex with him. And right now i probably wouldn't, even if he assured me he was the king of pulling out and never fucked it up - i'm not on any form of BC. I dislike condoms and they dislike me, i get very sore with them. I'd rather deal with that the next day then a year later finding out i'm HIV positive.
Posted Thu Jul 15, 2010 11:15 AM
Posted Thu Jul 15, 2010 11:33 AM
Months? nope.. I was at planned parenthood, going through what I needed to get birthcontrol.
I read it and was told later that it could actually take seven years for it to show up on a test.
So even if someone comes up to you with a letter from a doctor dated yesterday, you should still always use a condom. Especially with people you don't know everything about.
I know I might be sounding hypicritical, having been one of the people that hasn't always used condoms, but I definately plan to now.
Posted Thu Jul 15, 2010 11:42 AM