Lol ya glad the mods moved it. This was a quite a hijack . I feel like I’m at a bar. Just popped an ice cold red stripe.
Ouch ty. I’ll skip oral during the occasional blister bumps.
I love a landing strip manicured like the 18th green at Augusta National too. An old sugar baby of mine surprised me for my 40th b day with one. I consider it one of the most thoughtful gifts I have ever gotten,Christmas included.
We both thought it would be tacky for her to buy me something w my own money . I can still taste the Olive Garden dressing I licked off it for what seemed longer than the nba playoffs last.
This. Last thing I want is somebody hunting me for child support saying that I knocked them up.
Also the notion that condoms don’t prevent STDs is absurd.
Depends where you are and if you work for a professional studio. Since a lot of sex work is illegal, a large portion of sex workers aren’t mandated by law to get tested.
The trick is for her to enjoy putting it on you. Then everything flows exactly as it would without. Ugh, did I say flow?
Anyway… after the one time I got something nasty (NSU) I’ve seen them as an evil that’s necessary sometimes. Once you’ve experienced the shock and pain of an infected piss tube pissing blood you won’t risk it again for a one-off with a random.
No way am I gonna go down on a girl with a bush thicker than the Amazon rainforest. Might fall in love with an orangutan while finding my way through the forest.
No way would I want to go down on a girl shaved like a pre-pubescent. It’s mainly a generational thing.
What ever happened to Pooter anyway?
Well just this morning I started to rethink this philosophy due to some recent symptoms. Pretty weird to see this here.
but not sure if its been mentioned but the worst type of infection is a pregnancy. thats the thing to avoid.
this does not blow my mind as I read your posts.
Hopefully all this focus on female pubic hair is being reciprocated wfh manscaping.
Sorry being super pedantic but I changed it again. I hate even a hint of STI shaming.
What a thread to wake up to. You guys have been doing work. I think all the 90s fear porn sex ed really scared the shit out of me. Other than maybe 1-2 random drunken encounters I think I am batting 100% on condom usage until we had at least been exclusively dating for a few weeks.
Also never even seem a dental dam or worn a condom during oral sex. They must not have scared the shit out of us that we would die an almost immediate disfigured death for that unprotected act.
I begged my fam doc for the HPV vaccine when I was juuuust over the guidelines for it and he refused, saying I probably already had it. I was adamant I didn’t but couldn’t convince him. Seriously hope I don’t regret that one day.
I’ve made the mistake of not wearing condoms when hooking up with friends and assuming I would “know” if they had an STI. With strangers I’ve gone raw a couple times but put me in that 90’s camp that was convinced our parts would fall off if we did anything wrong once.
Are we supposed to be proud of our STIs? I don’t really see the harm in STI shaming, tbh.
There is immense harm in shaming people who have STIs.
Look at this very thread and the fear and anxiety people mention when herpes is brought up. It’s a minor skin infection with no significant health effects. Nearly everyone has it. Yet the shame attached to it has caused countless people to become celibate, isolate themselves out of shame and even forgo treatment. It’s caused many suicides.
STIs spread because people are ashamed to talk about them or to admit infection.
Nobody feels guilty when they get sick in any way except when sex is involved. Society (read Christian religion) has decide sex is shameful so all it’s associated health concerns become shameful.
The HIV epidemic led thousands of people to die simply because of the shame of the disease.
OK, that’s a pretty good argument. I guess SHAME is too much, but we should feel a little bad about spreading them around or contracting them. Contracting any preventable infection isn’t anything to be proud of and you should be a tad embarrassed, but not shamed.