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    (Original post by Charlottelisabeth)
    Why would she say that you don't need to use a condom? If she's on the pill then there's no chance of her getting pregnant, obviously. But unless you've both been tested for STI/Ds & so are both 100% certain that neither of you have any STI/Ds then you should use a condom.

    Even though I think it's rare, people can be born with certain STI/Ds which is why a condom should be used even if both partners are virgins & the girl is on the pill.
    Ehmm... what?
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    (Original post by underthesky)
    If you've been wiping your arse with your hands then yes! Orrrrr wash your hands!

    Unfortunaly the anal canal is slightly harder to clean.

    Unfortunately, you clearly know very little about hygiene. Probably shouldn't be giving advice eh? Bottom line is: as long as you wash and take a pee afterwards, then there is no need to wear a condom. There is no excrement in the anus, and any minescule amount there is remaining on the sides will not stick to you if you use lube.
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    (Original post by DrunkenMaster)
    Don't go in too fast! And it would be more hygienic to use a condom! Also, anal penetration isnt always possible
    depends how much weaker the receiver is :sexface:
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    You DO need a condom as you can contract e-coli poisoning through anal sex.
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    (Original post by Charlottelisabeth)
    Ok so I was wrong about the whole being able to get pregnant part, I was thinking that I was wrong when I wrote it but...meh. But that's 5 people now who have told me I was wrong, which I accept, but please please please people if you're going to read my post & comment on it then be a sport & read the other people's comments as well, I don't need 5 people telling me the same thing!

    I am right about the other part though so all I'm saying is the guy should definately wear a condom, unless they both know 100% that they don't have any STI/Ds.
    could you please be a sport and not post in threads where you clearly have no experience and demonstrate a gobsmackingly awful knowledge of the female reproductive system?
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    (Original post by py0alb)
    Unfortunately, you clearly know very little about hygiene. Probably shouldn't be giving advice eh? Bottom line is: as long as you wash and take a pee afterwards, then there is no need to wear a condom. There is no excrement in the anus, and any minescule amount there is remaining on the sides will not stick to you if you use lube.
    Why are you so against using a condom! I'm giving advice on something that could protect from harm, no I am not a doctor and do not have any experience in medecine which you obviously do if you are so against my giving advice.

    Although I honestly do not know how you think the anal canal is completely clean! I am not talking about any remaining excrement just bacteria that is present in the anal canal. Why take the risk? Using a condom is such minimal effort!!

    Although I did have a little giggle at your innuendo... the "bottom" line
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    (Original post by petitflam)
    could you please be a sport and not post in threads where you clearly have no experience and demonstrate a gobsmackingly awful knowledge of the female reproductive system?
    Well actually unless you learnt about the female reproductive system at A level or Uni then I'm sure you don't have much greater knowledge than me. Plus unless you're training to be a doctor neither will you know more in the future seeing as I'll be a student nurse come Sept & I have done some research. Biology is in fact my strongest subject, esp when it comes to the female body, I pay especial attention to that section seeing as I am a female myself.

    I may have worded what I said in my 1st post wrong but what I meant was, if a condom isn't worn then some ejaculation may spray around on her lower parts & may enter her vagina, which could mean that she becomes pregnant. That's why advice is that you wear a condom during foreplay even before any insertion. That's why I said that if she was on the pill then in case this happened, she wouldn't get pregnant. Of course I know that she couldn't get pregnant if this didn't happen, the only place the sperm would go if he came inside her would be into her rectum/colon (even though I doubt the sperm could reach the latter) so I know that there would be no way for the sperm to get into her fallopian tubes, actually.
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    Use a condom to avoid getting a UTI. Lots of lube, foreplay, fingering beforehand.
    Go slow.
    Yep.
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    Some people are just walking STD's, their carefree attitude will catch up with them one day.
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    (Original post by 2pasda)
    by just looking at your profile picture we can tell you get little action
    A bit harsh but made me lol.
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    5 finger policy: 3 in the poo, 2 in the goo.
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    (Original post by Charlottelisabeth)
    Why would she say that you don't need to use a condom? If she's on the pill then there's no chance of her getting pregnant, obviously. But unless you've both been tested for STI/Ds & so are both 100% certain that neither of you have any STI/Ds then you should use a condom.

    Even though I think it's rare, people can be born with certain STI/Ds which is why a condom should be used even if both partners are virgins & the girl is on the pill.
    Hahahahahahahahaaa!!! I think this is quite possibly the funniest post i have ever read in my life!!!!

    There's something severely lacking in your biology education!
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    Break her in son
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    (Original post by Biggillystyle)
    5 finger policy: 3 in the poo, 2 in the goo.
    I think you meant this:

    http://images2.memegenerator.net/Ima...rName=BIEN-CTM
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    (Original post by TheRealDarthVader)
    You suggest going rubber end first?
    I thought the consensus was to not use a rubber?

    Look, just get a pencil, you'll work it out. :L

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    (Original post by Charlottelisabeth)
    Well actually unless you learnt about the female reproductive system at A level or Uni then I'm sure you don't have much greater knowledge than me. Plus unless you're training to be a doctor neither will you know more in the future seeing as I'll be a student nurse come Sept & I have done some research. Biology is in fact my strongest subject, esp when it comes to the female body, I pay especial attention to that section seeing as I am a female myself.

    I may have worded what I said in my 1st post wrong but what I meant was, if a condom isn't worn then some ejaculation may spray around on her lower parts & may enter her vagina, which could mean that she becomes pregnant. That's why advice is that you wear a condom during foreplay even before any insertion. That's why I said that if she was on the pill then in case this happened, she wouldn't get pregnant. Of course I know that she couldn't get pregnant if this didn't happen, the only place the sperm would go if he came inside her would be into her rectum/colon (even though I doubt the sperm could reach the latter) so I know that there would be no way for the sperm to get into her fallopian tubes, actually.
    True True. But I'm fairly sure you can't be born with the majority of STDs. Yeah, ok AIDs. But that's not actually passed on naturally, it just occurs due to the baby coming out through the main infectious zone.

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    (Original post by underthesky)
    Why are you so against using a condom! I'm giving advice on something that could protect from harm, no I am not a doctor and do not have any experience in medecine which you obviously do if you are so against my giving advice.

    Although I honestly do not know how you think the anal canal is completely clean! I am not talking about any remaining excrement just bacteria that is present in the anal canal. Why take the risk? Using a condom is such minimal effort!!

    Although I did have a little giggle at your innuendo... the "bottom" line
    Because you're giving inaccurate advice, and I don't like people who give inaccurate advice. People might think you know what you're talking about and take you seriously. There is NO health risk from unprotected anal sex provided the parties follow the steps I have already outlined. To suggest it is necessary on medical grounds to wear a condom is completely wrong.
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    Yea buddy!
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    My girlfriend has asked me to have anal with her which I don't mind doing if that's what she wants. It would be my first time so I'm a little bit worried.

    Is it easy to do?

    Also I know a lot of people use a condom but my girlfriend said I don't need to so I'm fine without using one. Is that fine to do?

    Any other points would be helpful as I'm pretty nervous. Feel like a virgin all over again
    try sucking ****, or instesad considering licking the ass beffore putting it in
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    (Original post by Horsedobbin)
    Hmm, interesting predicament, you could practise using a Dill Doe first and then extend to other means.
    try having paracitamol plus viagra
 
 
 
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