well anytime anyone does anything that they do not want to, but does anyway, it's because they are compelled by fear, so do not argue about how people fucking with condoms aren't having fearful sex. You just shouldn't have sex when you are afraid of each other is what I think. duh
i'm not scared of no condoms sex, i'm scared of genital warts
have you seen those things?
How are you not getting this...? haha
Having sex without a condom is actually one of the deadly risks that make life worth living, I haven’t used any since I was a teenager…
And we're saying you got lucky...
Reportedly about 1 in every 7 or 8 students in my sons high school had an STD.
Higher than the national average... which is like 13% nationally.
All it takes is one bad judgement call.
Maybe that really nice, kinda shy, sweet looking girl who looks clean as a pin, hooked up with some other guy a couple of weeks ago (a total mistake which she isn't telling anyone about)... and he's messing around with a bunch of other girls on the side who like to fuck around with lots of guys. To each their own and all.
And you really like her... and boom. You just got a STD from dude and his other girls and whoever else they are all messing with.
I am saying duh to the fact that you are acting like there is no fear in contraception. My argument is, if you are afraif of the other person, do not have sex with them...
also those stats mean nothing because its more like, "100% of these obvious skank bitches" and "1 in 17" among the other ones, and then that averages out.
After I married my husband I would not have sex with him without contraception because it could result in a pregnancy.
I was not afraid of him at all, both having long since been clean and monogamous, but the unwanted possible action of pregnancy.
So I prevented the unwanted action and enjoyed the sex!
This is logic.
Just like when we first got together... we liked each other, we did not fear each other, we used protection and enjoyed sex together.
Later when we had been together a while and decided to stay together we both had physicals and made a commitment to each other to stay monogamous and keep clean, easy enough.
But still... no scott free sex because neither of us wanted to have a baby.
[QUOTE=Mr.Perfidy;1109966]How are you not getting this...? haha[/QUOTE]
I get it, totally
i just think you're being silly so im having fun picking at you
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dude, what the hell is wrong with being afraid of something and taking measures to prevent said fearful thing from happening. I wear a seatbelt when i drive or ride in a car because im afraid of what might happen to me if i get in an accident and i want to reduce the chance and severity of injuries/ death. Same reason i wear a helmet when i ride my bike. Same reason for wearing condoms and using various methods of birth control. Having fears is completely normal and healthy. Sane, rational people often take preventive action to adress these fears so they can do what they want to do and no let the fear control their lives.