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Posted: Thursday, May 30, 2013 4:06:05 AM

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Well, as much as I don't like the feel of condoms, safe sex is paramount for me and condoms are just part of the package. If or when an encounter moves towards being exclusive and monogomous, I'm more than thrilled to do away with the plastic cock wrappers and enjoy sex the way God intended - skin on skin.

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STD's or no STD's?



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Posted: Thursday, May 30, 2013 4:31:31 PM

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I agree with others to be safe is a must.
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Posted: Thursday, May 30, 2013 5:08:59 PM

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Hate condoms but use them to be safe
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i agree condoms are a must, but once you have gotten to know them or have become exclusive as i have i prefer bareback. now only hubby wears a condom
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Posted: Thursday, May 30, 2013 6:12:57 PM

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im allergic to rubber
so lick me or ride me the way are ......love eather .
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Posted: Thursday, May 30, 2013 7:21:33 PM

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There has to be trust before I bed a man and when there is that trust, I want to feel him the way nature made him and know I have nothing to fear disease-wise, and I physically can no longer get pregnant so just let it flow deep into me. :)
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Posted: Thursday, May 30, 2013 11:13:18 PM

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Condoms are a MUST in the lifestyle!
We cannot play with others without them!
It's worked for us going on 30 years now so it's not a problem.

But I can still get a nice shower of cum on my boobs too!

Kisses!

Steph
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Posted: Friday, May 31, 2013 5:58:31 AM

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NO rubber NO SEX ... definitely always so I may continue to enjoy myself in all sexual connections. Have self respect and for the person your with :)
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Posted: Friday, May 31, 2013 6:34:51 AM

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what's a condom?
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I have the feeling I'm going to get bashed for this post but . . .

I have never had casual sex or a one night stand or whatever you want to call it but I would say yes condoms are a must.

When I first start a relationship condoms are a must. But after my boyfriend and I had been together for a period of time and we were in a committed relationship then we stopped using them only after we visited a doctor and got blood work done. I am on birth control and have been for a long time so the concern of pregnancy isn't there.

Michelle
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Posted: Friday, May 31, 2013 7:02:29 AM

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Leiza350 wrote:
im allergic to rubber
so lick me or ride me the way are ......love eather .

so how can I get to know you I hate condoms myself
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Posted: Friday, May 31, 2013 7:04:50 AM

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kristin444 so how can I get to know you so maybe I can become exclusive1 wrote:
i agree condoms are a must, but once you have gotten to know them or have become exclusive as i have i prefer bareback. now only hubby wears a condom

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Posted: Friday, May 31, 2013 7:06:29 AM

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I could probably count on one hand how many times I've used condoms, I can also count how many people I've been with on that same hand. I think if someone is going to have multiple partners, adding new partners, or trying to avoid a pregnancy then YES wear a condom! The best thing that ever happened was my husband vasectomy, so there will be no more condoms over here. Well, unless things get a little freaky :)
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Posted: Friday, May 31, 2013 7:10:09 AM

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By looking at this thread, you would think that Lush women are more prudish than the average population! Also, I'm sure that 99% of all people would prefer sex without a condom if all risks were eliminated.

But while it's easy to appear responsible while your blood is flowing in the brain (and not your genitals), it becomes a whole different story in the heat of the moment, and statistics show that a big chunk of people have unprotected sex even without fully knowing their partner's sexual history.

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/releases/67110.php

http://www.statista.com/statistics/248865/adults-worldwide-who-have-had-unprotected-sex-by-country/
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Posted: Friday, May 31, 2013 7:13:45 AM

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Sperminator wrote:
By looking at this thread, you would think that Lush women are more prudish than the average population!


Being smart and keeping yourself safe isn't "prudish". Just saying.

And the only time I've ever had unprotected sex was with my partners. After we both had a complete physical and bloodwork done. I'm not taking any chances with my sexual health. Not when it can have huge life-changing side effects. Like death.

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Posted: Friday, May 31, 2013 7:17:27 AM

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TheDevilsWeakness wrote:


Being smart and keeping yourself safe isn't "prudish". Just saying.

And the only time I've ever had unprotected sex was with my partners. After we both had a complete physical and bloodwork done. I'm not taking any chances with my sexual health. Not when it can have huge life-changing side effects. Like death.


Fearmongering with things like death is stupid. Sure, you should also refrain from leaving the house because there is an outside chance that you will get run over by a bus.
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Posted: Friday, May 31, 2013 7:27:08 AM

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Sperminator wrote:


Fearmongering with things like death is stupid. Sure, you should also refrain from leaving the house because there is an outside chance that you will get run over by a bus.


LOL, so you're comparing responsible, safe sex to being a fear-gripped hermit?

What is it you'd like women to say, that even though we know its the smart thing to do, sometimes we do the deed without protection? Well of course that's true for many, though not everyone.

The OP's question wasn't very specific, so when faced with a simple "condom or no condom" query and nothing else to go on, the answers will naturally veer toward safety first.

By the way, what's stupid about HIV? Rare as it may be among the non- poorest in the US, it does still kill. Is Herpes' threat stupid too? That's. life-altering affliction which is extremely common. Same with HPV. I could go on.
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Sperminator wrote:

Fearmongering with things like death is stupid. Sure, you should also refrain from leaving the house because there is an outside chance that you will get run over by a bus.


Maybe you didn't grow up in the same era of AIDS like I did then. Or maybe I just took that seriously.
I'm very sexually active. I take precautions.
Just like stuntmen use harnesses and helmets. I make sure I use condoms. No glove... No love.

Oh... And it's not fear mongering when you watch a close friend die of AIDS.
Or watch people you know ostracized because they passed along an STD to quite a few people because of one stupid night of passion.

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Posted: Friday, May 31, 2013 7:39:04 AM

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LadyX wrote:


LOL, so you're comparing responsible, safe sex to being a fear-gripped hermit?

What is it you'd like women to say, that even though we know its the smart thing to do, sometimes we do the deed without protection? Well of course that's true for many, though not everyone.

The OP's question wasn't very specific, so when faced with a simple "condom or no condom" query and nothing else to go on, the answers will naturally veer toward safety first.


I'm just pointing out that people aren't all that "responsible" as they make themselves out to be. 588-rolleyes
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Posted: Friday, May 31, 2013 7:39:38 AM

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Well, I agree with the general thread:

If you're a swinger, or are "playing the field", then condoms are necessary. It's the responsible thing to do, then.

HOWEVER, if you've gotten to know a person - and know that each other is disease free and generally responsible - then I want to feel her as 'nature intended' and I hope she'd want to feel me that way, too. Wet, natural, squirting, condom-free sex!
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Posted: Friday, May 31, 2013 7:48:48 AM

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Sperminator wrote:


I'm just pointing out that people aren't all that "responsible" as they make themselves out to be. 588-rolleyes


Some aren't, that's true, though surely neither of us would blindly label anyone a liar for saying that they are. As for everyone else, does an occasional or intermittent failure to practice safe sex disqualify one from advocating for it? It's no less of a good idea either way, right?
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Posted: Friday, May 31, 2013 8:07:09 AM

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Sperminator wrote:
statistics show that a big chunk of people have unprotected sex even without fully knowing their partner's sexual history.

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/releases/67110.php

http://www.statista.com/statistics/248865/adults-worldwide-who-have-had-unprotected-sex-by-country/


Yep, and the pharma company that manufacturers Valtrex is counting on these stats to rake in the $$. clown

I have two female friends that ended up with herpes by making these little mistakes. It's not like they were overly promiscuous either. They're beautiful, educated, go to trendy bars and you'd never know from outward glances that going home with either of them after a few drinks might give you a perma-disease.

AIDS - to a lot of people, depending on demographics - seems like a teeny tiny percentage risk, but herpes and HPV are all over the place.

I am a condom girl until I'm in a monogamous situation or know what the situation is. Any one-night stands or casual hook-ups will have to wear one. It's not fear-mongering - it's just playing as safe as you can knowing what the risks and odds are.


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Dancing_Doll wrote:


Yep, and the pharma company that manufacturers Valtrex is counting on these stats to rake in the $$. clown

I have two female friends that ended up with herpes by making these little mistakes. It's not like they were overly promiscuous either. They're beautiful, educated, go to trendy bars and you'd never know from outward glances that going home with either of them after a few drinks might give you a perma-disease.

AIDS - to a lot of people, depending on demographics - seems like a teeny tiny percentage risk, but herpes and HPV are all over the place.

I am a condom girl until I'm in a monogamous situation or know what the situation is. Any one-night stands or casual hook-ups will have to wear one. It's not fear-mongering - it's just playing as safe as you can knowing what the risks and odds are.



I totally agree. I really don't like them but I like my life. Just not worth the risk!
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Posted: Saturday, June 01, 2013 4:12:52 PM

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Well, while I agree it's important to practice safe sex and protect yourself, I'm allergic to latex and absolutely hate the latex-free condoms. I'm not really one for one-night stands or random hook ups, though, so I generally have established a good relationship with someone and I trust them before we have sex.

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Posted: Saturday, June 01, 2013 6:26:50 PM

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Yes I'm not crazy about them, but I want to be safe and not have to worry the next day. I do love the feel of skin to skin. That is the only way to have good sex I believe. I don't like it when they break.
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Posted: Sunday, June 02, 2013 11:22:12 AM

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It depends on who I'm with. I mean, it's always better without but I have a lot of sex with people I don't know super well, so in those cases we use a condom.
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Posted: Sunday, June 02, 2013 1:46:19 PM

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Depends, if i know them, or believe what they tell me;) If i'm not sure, condom for sure! I Love Sex, but it's not worth dyin for!!
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without, hate the feeling of them
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