But at their best , condoms can actually make sex better. I remember with astonishing clarity the day my sex-ed teacher put a condom on a banana to explain the proper method for roll down and tip pinch. The sight still comes to mind every time a man puts a condom on his banana. That sex banana kept me from getting pregnant or contracting STIs, but for everything else my sex ed class was left to our own devices namely Reddit and Yahoo Answers.
Girls and guys: does it REALLY feel good without a condom?
Click to talk to a trained teen volunteer. In it, in our discussion about people not liking condoms, we said:. Some people stealth because they hate condoms. Maybe they agreed to using a condom just to get their partner to have sex, and then took it off when they felt they could get away.
Deciding to stop using condoms with your partner is a huge decision that should not be taken lightly. While there are a lot of risks associated with foregoing barrier protection, there may come a time when the two of you decide together that you are ready to take this step. Before you take it, you need to consider the risks and weigh them against the ways sex changes after you stop using condoms to decide if it's really the right choice for you. As someone who truly believes in the sexual empowerment of women, no option should be off the table — and yes, that even includes ditching protection. Personally, I wouldn't even consider it unless I were specifically trying to get pregnant, but that's my truth.