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Would you have sex with your bf/gf if.. watch

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    Contraception did not exist?
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    Hmmm. Yes, but I'd probably take other precautions.
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    People did, for thousands of years, hence why birth rates used to be much higher. (although there are records of basic condoms as far back as the Egyptians, I believe). It was a different way of life - there was no such thing as casual sex. You knew if you had sex, there was a chance of a baby at the end.
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    I'd just have to perfect my falcon punch.
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    Yes I would but we were trying for a baby, I'm nearly 25 and he is 30. If I was much younger I wouldn't take the risk.
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    I wouldn't risk intercourse. We could do other stuff...
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    Even thousands of years ago....

    There was still anal sex.
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    I think I would probably see sex in a different way if contraception had never existed. If it was suddenly taken away I don't know what I'd do... I probably wouldn't.
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    No way. Not unless we were planning on being together forever and wanting a baby. Might try and invent some kind of contraception though.
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    No, wouldn't risk it.
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    no....i'm too young to be having a child now!!
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    I heard that before condoms people used to use sheep or pig's guts =| .. don't know if thats completely true.. but i think some people will always find their own way for contraception but to answer the question, probably when i was older.
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    Well, we'd probably just avoid intercourse... There's way more to sex than that

    On another note: does abortion count as contraception?
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    ever heard of an angry pirate?
    Every time lol.
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    (Original post by DarkWhite)
    On another note: does abortion count as contraception?
    :eyebrow: No, there's a fundamental difference.
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    Use a plastic bag instead of a condom?
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    not unless we were trying to have a baby..

    he can use a blow up doll with my face on it if he's that desperate.
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    (Original post by Cultivated)
    Use a plastic bag instead of a condom?
    I'd stick with clingfilm...
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    There are times of a girls menstruative cycle where a baby is less likely I believe? You'd have to work it out though somehow, Id probably consult wikipedia, some chemists and some medical students, Id feel embarassed asking my doctor! lol
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    (Original post by PrincessJasmine)
    Yes I would but we were trying for a baby, I'm nearly 25 and he is 30. If I was much younger I wouldn't take the risk.
    By the way, congratuations on becoming pregnant (as wrong as that sounds)! The world needs more love!
 
 
 
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