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    I don't care if they have unprotected sex,but if they have a baby,they should pay by their own money,and not claim benefits.As for STD'S if they have some ,they should be castrated.
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    (Original post by malefni)
    Going on birth control has adverse effects in the long run. It messes up a woman's period cycle.
    Yep, it takes 6 months+ to get out of her system. Very inconvenient. Also, if she's ill at the time of sex without condoms, then contraceptive pills might not work anyway.
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    (Original post by Tyrion_Lannister)
    How was it painful? :lol: I've only used a condom once and it was dreadful, felt like I was ****ing sandpaper or glass shards...
    certain things tore that I would prefer had remained intact apart from that time it has been fine, I suppose it feels a little better but not that much different
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    (Original post by lucaf)
    certain things tore that I would prefer had remained intact apart from that time it has been fine, I suppose it feels a little better but not that much different
    Ah damn! Meh I think I might be allergic which is why I have such a dislike
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    (Original post by Tyrion_Lannister)
    Ah damn! Meh I think I might be allergic which is why I have such a dislike
    I suppose that is one of the worst places to have an allergic reaction
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    (Original post by lucaf)
    I suppose that is one of the worst places to have an allergic reaction
    Yep. It was really painful, literally a wtf moment
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    A combination of factors come in to play:
    1. A strange quirk of sex drive that addles your brain
    2. Alcohol which addles your brain even more
    3. Few pleasurable things are risk free
    4. No perfect contraceptive yet exists
    5. Stupidity

    Despite all of these factors often people manage to avoid unwanted pregnancy nowadays.
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    (Original post by Viva Emptiness)
    Thanks!

    ...fancy a bit?
    Sure why not...

    (It's worth noting I have no idea what you're talking about.)
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    I must admit ive done it a few times with new partners. Its a moment of passion thing and in my case, actively desired and encouraged by the female. Of course its not ideal. Time was when you could bed a girl and have little or nothing to worry about. How times have changed. Women often do prefer it au naturelle..best to play safe though.
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    Senseless and lustful idiocy.
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    (Original post by Tyrion_Lannister)
    Are you taking the piss? Condoms are awful !!
    One of the phrases men secretely love hearing...
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    (Original post by Mankytoes)
    One of the phrases men secretely love hearing...
    :lol:

    I don't understand how anyone likes them
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    (Original post by Tyrion_Lannister)
    :lol:

    I don't understand how anyone likes them
    My girlfriend hated the smell. I just think interupting the motion of the foreplay makes passionate loving hard. Plus vaginas feel nice.

    To be fair, the first few times I had sex, I didn't really give a **** that I was wearing one, obviously I had nothing to compare to, and I was happy to just be getting laid.
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    (Original post by Mankytoes)
    My girlfriend hated the smell. I just think interupting the motion of the foreplay makes passionate loving hard. Plus vaginas feel nice.

    To be fair, the first few times I had sex, I didn't really give a **** that I was wearing one, obviously I had nothing to compare to, and I was happy to just be getting laid.
    I never used one the first time so when I did I was like WTF. Painful and weird.

    Exactly it's weird to just stop and put one on
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    (Original post by Tyrion_Lannister)
    :lol:

    I don't understand how anyone likes them
    I know one guy who loves them. Didn't interrupt foreplay. :dontknow:

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    (Original post by TSA)
    Sure why not...

    (It's worth noting I have no idea what you're talking about.)
    :hump::knuddel::surprise::jiggy: :sexface:
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    (Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
    :hump::knuddel::surprise::jiggy: :sexface:
    Oh err..erm...

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    (Original post by lucaf)
    not going on birth control has worse adverse efffects


    also, not sure about sex being better without a condom, never noticed much of a difference personally.
    Well, you might prolly be the only one to feel that way, unfortunately.
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    (Original post by skd1996)
    Why should a woman have to put chemicals into her body that can cause bad side-effects and can actually even alter her body?



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    No-one's telling you 'all women should' but if you care as a woman yourself for minimising the chance of becoming pregnant then you'd be smart enough to take them considering you have no side-effects. And to see for them, you'd need to try out the pills in first place.

    It's like guys asking ''why should I wear a condom if it doesn't make sex pleasurable for me as it would without it?'' -- emm STDs/STIs etc??
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    (Original post by malefni)
    Going on birth control has adverse effects in the long run. It messes up a woman's period cycle.
    Misinformation...
    Birth control has an abundance of positive side affects for many women and it regulates cycles (I used to have a cycle once every 3 months now I am regular as clock work). Not to mention it significantly reduces the risk of cervical cancer I think it was as high as reducing it by 60% if I recall correctly.
 
 
 
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