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GOING TO HAVE SEX WITHOUT CONDOM-Should I?

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I posted on here when i lost my viriginity and couldnt stay hard let alone cum however i seem to do this fine when alone.

I am going to someones house next week and most likely have sex without a condom- she says she has been tested around christmas and i havent ever had sex without a condom and therefore obviously dont carry any diseases.

So would people reccomend it- apart from pregnancy(she is on the pill) and diseases there isnt much else that can go wrong- right?

Any views would be appreciated. Thanks.
 

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You might want to make sure of what all she was tested for including herpes, chlamydia and others. It's different now than when I was in college. My college GF had been a virgin and was on the pill for several months and we never used a condom. It was all good and like most guys, I dislike condoms immensely. You are probably good to go and I hope this time that you are really into this girl an not just trying to have sex staying hard and ejaculating. Let us know how it goes brother!
 

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So would people reccomend it- apart from pregnancy(she is on the pill) and diseases there isnt much else that can go wrong- right?

Well what else is there?? Aren't those risks enough? I'm no one to talk about unprotected teenage sex, but nowadays the risks are too big.

If you are hung, get a bigger, more comfortable condom. That helps with the hardness.
 

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I say go with what Princess Tasha said.
She (the girlfriend) "says" she's on the pill - well people "say" a lot of things.
You don't want a kid.
All the STDs that are out there?
I'm sure she's a very nice girl and wants you too - she could have something she does not know about yet - and "just" giving head a few times, well that can give her STDs also.
Sorry to be harsh on this (and I really don't like to keep anyone from having sex)
-but?
No Way...Condom or don't go.
 
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My advice is not to do it.

She could be lying. She could have an STD, and you have no means of verifying what she says is true.

I would suggest both of you go to a GUI clinic, and get tested together. This way you are sure of her STI status. If she is clean, then she has nothing to lose.
 

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Make sure you pull out in time
 

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She could be lying about her status.
She might have caught something since her test.
She might be lying about birth control and plans to use you to have a baby. Happens all the time.

Put a little bit of lube on your frenulum before putting the condom on. It will add to the pleasure immensely.
 

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A woman LIE to get a man in bed???


<GASP>

A man LIE to get a woman/man/pig/llama/left hand/right hand/sheep/anything a horny man can thing of in bed??

<daily>
 

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When you're comfortable not using one and she feels the same then...sure.
 

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"I'm on the pill." Yeah right. I said the same thing. Its a trap.
 

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I had the same problem the first time I had sex. I was so nervous that I could do it. Also I didn't really know the girl, had met her that night and she was very experienced.
I did managed it with the next girl and I stayed with her for more than 2 years, so don lose hope... it will be ok.
If this girl has been tested and is all clear, then go for it and have fun.
 
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If she is onthe pill...you can watch her take it. If by "on the pill" she means she gets shots or has an IUD....trickier to verify. If she says she's clean, and you believe her, have fun and don't worry about the condom. If she turns out to not have been you can always torch her car or something...:tongue:
 

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Yeah just voicing agreement

1) It's about trust. If you trust that she's on the pill and disease free, then go hog wild. If you think there's any chance she might not be truthful, then wrap it up. Then again you're supposed to wrap it up for blow jobs too. I'll admit I'm guilty of NOT doing that. I've had sex with only one girl w/o a condom and that was because I trusted her.

2) I've also had that problem the first time I had sex. I had a very hard time (no pun intended) staying hard and that made/makes me doubt myself sometimes even now and it sucks when that happens. Part of it is definitely what condoms you're using. Try buying different types and sizes and see which one works for you. Going in w/o a condom is MUCH MUCH better. Sex w/ a bad condom is worthless (I'd rather jerk off than have sex w/ a bad condom). Sex with a good condom is pretty good.

3) Pre-cum is debatable whether or not it has sperm in it. Actually some studies have shown that it doesn't (and some studies have shown it may). Personally from what I've read, I think you probably can assume pre-cum DOESN'T but there's caveats. You need to make sure there's no semen at all in the "passages". That means if you've had an orgasm relatively near the time you're having sex, the pre-cum coming out will probably pick up some sperm. Also if you're close to orgasming, some sperm will probably start to "leak" out and be carried out. Of course it's always better to not risk it.

Besides, there's always the very real danger of cumming WAY quicker than you expect. Remember, she's going to be moving too (well she should be) and it's MUCH harder to time when to stop to prevent yourself from orgasming. You might pause and she might push up against you and there you go, it's done. Plus once you start going you're not going to want to stop.
 

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My best buddy in High school laid a load in a chick who said she was on the pill and ended up with a kid...at age 16. Apparently she had forgotten to take them regularly.
 

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The best thing to do is to use a condom first. If the relationship develops into something past just having sex, then you could move in the direction that you are willing to deal with the consquences, if something should happen because you are not using condoms.

That is called being a responsible adult for all parties involved; including the unborn.
 

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GOING TO HAVE SEX WITHOUT CONDOM-Should I?

Only if you want to die a slow, agonizing, painful death. :biggrin1:

Seriously, it's 2010 and I think some young people have become lackadaisical about safe sex. The AIDS cocktails or more properly, course of antiretroviral treatment is not fun or cheap, and some backasswards insurance companies won't cover the newer more effective drugs available. :irked: IMHO Just because you don't die quickly like people in the 1980's did doesn't mean it's okay to risk it.

Lest we forget herpes . . . still uncurable. :frown1:

Condoms offer moderate protection against HSV-2 in both men and women, with consistent condom users having a 30% lower risk of HSV-2 acquisition compared with those who never use condoms[27] The virus cannot pass through a latex condom, but a condom's effectiveness is limited because it does not prevent skin contact or bodily fluid contact with the scrotum, anus, buttocks, upper thighs or area immediately surrounding the penis, all of which are susceptible to infection with and transmission of the virus. Preventing contact with these areas during sex, in addition to wearing a condom, should theoretically provide enhanced protection against herpes. Wearing clothing or undergarments such as boxer shorts that cover these susceptible areas but still allow access to the genitals through a small opening (such as a fly) should help prevent transmission and infection.

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a lentivirus (a member of the retrovirus family) that causes acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), a condition in humans in which the immune system begins to fail, leading to life-threatening opportunistic infections. Infection with HIV occurs by the transfer of blood, semen, vaginal fluid, pre-ejaculate, or breast milk. Within these bodily fluids, HIV is present as both free virus particles and virus within infected immune cells. The four major routes of transmission are unsafe sex, contaminated needles, breast milk, and transmission from an infected mother to her baby at birth (Vertical transmission). Screening of blood products for HIV has largely eliminated transmission through blood transfusions or infected blood products in the developed world. HIV infection in humans is considered pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO).


[QUOTE=the123;2611826]I posted on here when i lost my viriginity and couldnt stay hard let alone cum however i seem to do this fine when alone.

I am going to someones house next week and most likely have sex without a condom- she says she has been tested around christmas and i havent ever had sex without a condom and therefore obviously dont carry any diseases.

So would people reccomend it- apart from pregnancy(she is on the pill) and diseases there isnt much else that can go wrong- right?

Any views would be appreciated. Thanks.[/QUOTE]

Why don't you go get tested together. It can be a nice bonding thing. :smile:

If she was tested before Christmas and was clean then, and you are absolutely 110% positive she hasn't had sex with anybody since that test, then sure go ahead and chance it. :cool: :rolleyes:
 

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If she's been tested and on the pill, then enjoy yourself, you won't believe how much better sex will feel. I did it a lot in my younger days and never caught a thing with untested women, which goes to show...
 

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Think about it this way - why would anyone want to fuck a woman who would let a man fuck her without a condom? You have given your (albeit lame) reasons for wanting to fuck without a condom, but why would she let you fuck her without one?
 

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My best buddy in High school laid a load in a chick who said she was on the pill and ended up with a kid...at age 16. Apparently she had forgotten to take them regularly.

A similar situation happened to me last week. We had sex without a condom. WHen i told her i was cummin and tried to pull out, she held me tight and forced me back in. After we was done, she tells me she missed her birthcontrol so I might have a lil one on the way (gettin her tested this week...wish me luck). Wrap ya dick up man.

STD wise, If you plan on doing anything, if u see anything strange like bumps or whatever, get the hell out of dodge. let her give u head or something and call it a day.
 

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I posted on here when i lost my viriginity and couldnt stay hard let alone cum however i seem to do this fine when alone.

I am going to someones house next week and most likely have sex without a condom- she says she has been tested around christmas and i havent ever had sex without a condom and therefore obviously dont carry any diseases.

So would people reccomend it- apart from pregnancy(she is on the pill) and diseases there isnt much else that can go wrong- right?

Any views would be appreciated. Thanks.
How well do you know this chick?

She was tested "around Christmas" — that's pretty vague and, anyway, Christmas is 7 weeks ago. So she hasn't had sex in 7 weeks? How do you know that for sure?

And if she's prepared to let you fuck her bareback, how do you know she doesn't say that to other guys as well? Are you someone special to her?

She's on the pill: fair enough, although again I ask how well you know her? Is she reliable? How would you feel about a little "the123" coming along in October or so?

I think the fact that you think it necessary to ask the question on a public forum suggests that you have doubts about it. Personally, I'd wait until you've been with someone for a while, you've both been tested, and you've discussed seriously the repercussions of pregnancy. I know that's the counsel of perfection, and I haven't always lived up to my own advice, but that's my best advice anyway.
 

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A similar situation happened to me last week. We had sex without a condom. WHen i told her i was cummin and tried to pull out, she held me tight and forced me back in. After we was done, she tells me she missed her birthcontrol so I might have a lil one on the way (gettin her tested this week...wish me luck). Wrap ya dick up man.
Good luck!

STD wise, If you plan on doing anything, if u see anything strange like bumps or whatever, get the hell out of dodge. let her give u head or something and call it a day.
That's good advice, of course. But trouble is, not all STDs are visible — HIV is one that is not, and even herpes can be contagious when there are no visible lesions.

Like Platinum said, wrap it up!
 

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I'm a big advocate for condoms. I don't want any STIs or kids at this point. No better insurance policy.

About two years ago I'd been dating this girl for a few months. She swore to me that she was on the pill and very pro-choice. One night after dropping a nice load in her, during 'pillow talk' she says that she wants to have a baby in the next year or so. Wha???? Wrap it up.
 

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Make sure you pull out in time

That was extremely stupid. Advices like this cause teenage pregnancies.

US government should bring back sex ed classes. It's a matter of public health.

Dude... DON'T have unprotected sex. Just DON'T.

1. She could be lying.
2. She could have caught something while giving head (you can catch lots of things that way).
3. No contraception method is 100% effective. That's why they have to be combined (pill for girl + condom for guy).

For the love of God, don't do this to yourself man.