They want to control you.Sorry. It is MY business whether I use contraception or not. It is NOT the government's job to tell me how to f---k. They should BUTT OUT and STAY OUT.
Behavioral Interventions Can Increase Condom...
Behavioral interventions aimed at reducing sexual risk behaviors, such as unprotected sex, are effective at both promoting condom use and reducing sexually transmitted infections long after the initial intervention, according to a new report in the December 15 issue of the Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes.
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#3 Dec 17, 2011
My very first girlfriend and I had unprotected sex from the very start. We were early teen nudists and had a tendency to f-ck wherever we chose. Plus we weren't all that familiar with condoms, and besides, she remarked about feeling my semen spurt and flowing down her p-ssy. And for those first two months I never wore one. Our folks had the impression we were only doing oral,until surprising us at it. We shipwrecked our relationship by refusing to bow to their insistence I stem my seed's stream with a condom, as we'd been spoiled to 'bareback' relations.
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