OMG UPDATE: Question? Answer.

Updated on Friday, July 4

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QUESTION: Do you wear a condom, or use the pullout technique?

I've always been told the pullout method is retarded, but condoms take so much feeling away.

28 comments

  1. I use the pull out and fuck her right up the ass method.

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  2. Grow up and use a condom.

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  3. Don't be a jerk. Take some responsibility and use a condom.

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    1. OP here, not trying to be a jerk.. my girlfriend prefers without a condom but I have my doubts. Just checking what other peoples solutions are.

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  4. I used the pullout technique for one year, before my girlfriend started taking the pill. Condoms completely ruined the experience for both of us.

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  5. Surprisingly, using a condom or pullout technique don't have a huge differences on pregnancy rates. However, risk of STI transmission is hugely decreased when using a condom. Unless you know each other well and are aware of each other's sexual histories, use a fucking condom.

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    1. Uh, yes, there's a huge difference. The only time it wouldn't make a difference is if you managed to use the "pullout" technique "perfectly", which is impossible.

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  6. Condoms. You really wanna pull out when you're about to finish? Feels bad, man.
    I really don't understand all the negative reactions and criticism surrounding condoms.

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    1. Seriously, I've only ever had sex with a condom, I don't mind.

      I jerk off with condoms too, found out it feels exactly the same as my hand with less of a mess

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    2. Condoms do suck quite a bit.

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  7. Pull out method works just fine if you're careful and she is willing to take some Plan B...once every 6 months.

    Obviously, only use pull out methods with partners whom you're 100% sure don't have the STIs and understand what they would do in case of a pregnancy.

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    1. I think you've given the best advice here.. thank you

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    2. Please do not expect your gf to take plan b. Go with her to the doctor to get some kind of birth control which works in the long term-plan b is expensive not covered by student insurance and fucks with your hormones. SOO. yeah. There are non-hormonal birth controls if she doesnt want the pill but everything should be covered by student insurance.

      Lastly-to EVRAYYONE-you should always get tested before you have sex w someone w out a condom, no matter how long you have been dating. They may have no symptoms-they may never have had any symptoms of anything and may not in the future-and can still give you a ton of stuff. People may say they are doing this, but they are not bc sti levels are rising and pregnancy rates are falling (this means women are getting checked and using birth control and men are not getting checked or using condoms).

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    3. Should you also get tested if both of you have not had any kind of sexual experiences before?

      When you say birth control pills are covered by insurance, does that mean we can get a prescription at UW Health Services?

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    4. ^My ex and I never got tested (We were each other's 1st partner) but better safe than sorry. You can get some STIs w/o even having intercourse.

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    5. Reply to 7c:
      Yes. It's covered under the student health plan (so as long as you didn't opt out of that at the beginning of the term) for free. However, you need to book an appointment with a doctor at health services and they will perform a full body-check up with you before they can steadily prescribe birth control pills to you.
      I believe there are several brands covered under the student health plan, but if those end up not working for you (i.e. bad side effects), other birth control pills are covered partially (up to 80% I think).

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    6. That's terrible advice. Why not just use other contraceptives? There are so many options available nowadays.

      @c: Yes. You can have STIs even if you've never touched another person in your entire life.

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  8. Try asking your girlfriend to go on the pill. I did for my boyfriend, he says it feel a lot better finishing inside of me.

    For the final bit, he usually cums as I climax too, so we're reaching orgasm together. Which I find sort of hot

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    1. This is hot as fuck with condoms too, coming from a guy

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    2. You know that birth control isn't 100% either right? If you're repeatedly cumming inside regardless of time of the month you're basically guaranteed to get pregnant eventually. Sorry to rain on your parade

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  9. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMT7PKknHGY
    A good video if you want more information about the pullout method and theres links to more information in the info box below.

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    1. Also this video, which is a bit more instructional (and is from someone who studied sexology and is a clinical sexologist): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VUGvxiNTjDU

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  10. My ex and I used condoms, even with her being on the pill. We had no issues whatsoever, even after one incident when the condom broke just as I climaxed. FML, but DM;HS.

    I'm still thanking myself that I did not knock her up. Girl was crazier than Margot Kidder.

    I know that there is a certain time frame when it comes to pregnancy, but man, some of you people are brave to raw dog. Not every form of birth control is 100%, but, to each of their own.

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  11. What ever my gf is feeling

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  12. I can't believe people are actually advocating pull-out over condoms or da pill..

    Are you all serious? Just use the pill and a condom and keep it in. It's way hotter, and you'll be far safer than without either of these.

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  13. Since no one else mentioned it, there are many other options apart from the pill on the female site. Most of them are actually much better than the pill, last longer etc etc.
    Do you research...

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  14. Do what you want, but if your partner gets pregnant because you were too fucking retarded to wear a condom, then you're responsible for the baby, and it's gonna be retarded just like daddy.

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