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    So, a week ago I broke up with girlfriend of 2 years. She was 2 years older, hot and we had a lot of really good sex...
    However, i'm obviously now single and it was weeks before we broke up, before things started going wrong that we had sex.. so i'm a little sexually frustrated, being used to all that.
    First of all, i'm not a **** who enjoys pulling drunk girls in clubs.. not my thing.
    My girlfriend was gorgeous, so I have a high mark to hit - lol.
    And i'm pretty concerned with the prospect of STI/D's, when protected sex still can't block entirely; which is causing me concern and making me reluctant to follow up any interest etc...
    Any advice here.. with getting round the whole pulling in clubs and STI concerns, and still have good, safe sex outside relationship?
    haha - cheers
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    How are you concerned about getting an STD from safe sex? Condoms protect almost entirely against STD's - that's just you being paranoid.

    Relationships are BS anyway and you don't need a relationship to have sex. Meet girls on socials, flirt with them, go on nights out and do a bit of grinding, lol. If you work at it, you'll take her home with you eventually. If you find it's not working with a particular girl, ditch her and move on to the next one. These hoes ain't loyal, they rotate.

    If you're really desperate, go for an escort and have safe sex with her - no strings attached, no BS. Mate, you have options - you just need to get out there and investigate. Make friends with more girls and don't let your previous relationship hold you back.
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    Maybe arrange a f**k buddies kind of setup with someone?
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    Ermm.... condoms do protect you from sexual diseases so use them.
    IDK- I think most girls at clubs wouldn't mind for a one night stand
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    Limiting yourself a bit with not wanting to pull in clubs etc, given how that's how many young people go about doing this sort of thing.

    Never done it myself and the entire concept is alien to me, but if you can form a FWB with someone then that would be one option. Alternatively, seeing an escort is another option depending on your viewpoint on the matter. Tinder, dating apps in general, Craigslist. Again, all alien to me as I've never had such luck, but supposedly many people have fortune with these avenues.
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    Condoms do not protect against all STIs. Herpes for example, which is caused by skin on skin contact. The OP is being sensible about being cautious in this regard.

    Your best bet is to attempt to get one or more friends with benefits if you want regular sex with the same person(s) without a relationship. Make sure you outline that is the arrangement in advance and potentially set ground rules regarding dating, sleeping with other people etc. (not necessarily that neither of you can, but that you at least inform eachother as it increases STI risks).

    Best of luck buddy.
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    Limiting yourself a bit with not wanting to pull in clubs etc, given how that's how many young people go about doing this sort of thing.

    Never done it myself and the entire concept is alien to me, but if you can form a FWB with someone then that would be one option. Alternatively, seeing an escort is another option depending on your viewpoint on the matter. Tinder, dating apps in general, Craigslist. Again, all alien to me as I've never had such luck, but supposedly many people have fortune with these avenues.
    Sounds like the OP just wants to have some standards, and attaches a little more value to the concept.
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    (Original post by asif007)
    How are you concerned about getting an STD from safe sex? Condoms protect almost entirely against STD's - that's just you being paranoid.

    Relationships are BS anyway and you don't need a relationship to have sex. Meet girls on socials, flirt with them, go on nights out and do a bit of grinding, lol. If you work at it, you'll take her home with you eventually. If you find it's not working with a particular girl, ditch her and move on to the next one. These hoes ain't loyal, they rotate.

    If you're really desperate, go for an escort and have safe sex with her - no strings attached, no BS. Mate, you have options - you just need to get out there and investigate. Make friends with more girls and don't let your previous relationship hold you back.
    Definitely don't follow this "advice"!


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    (Original post by Louiset28xx)
    Definitely don't follow this "advice"!


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    Pushovers need not heed my advice.
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    (Original post by asif007)
    Pushovers need not heed my advice.
    I'm up for saying no,

    no I disagree with your point of view
 
 
 
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