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I don't think this should go in the teen sexuality, but anyway me and my girlfriend have been having sex with a condom for a while and it feels fine. But now she is going on the pill and I want to try it without a condom but my foreskin when my penis is hard, goes just over the head or a little bit further. Will it be fine? or will i be in pain? because it doesn't hurt at all with a condom on.
I'm not sure what would hurt...that's the why nature built sex to be. Condoms and circumcision are not naturally part of sex, so I don't see why you'd have any problems.
EDIT: But why are you having sex without a condom? Unless you're at a point in your life where your girlfriend becoming pregnant would not be devastating, you should be doubling up on birth control.
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It isn't going to be a problem, since when you're having sex, it would slide back sometimes forth if she's tight, and it would be okay, you will produce your own lube in the form of precum, and she will get wet, But you sure u want to loose the condom? there're other things to consider like: S.T.D's not saying either one of you are sick, and the pill has failed sometimes and people got pregnant. so, weigh the pros and cons, then do what you feel is best.
P.S: It would feel weird the first time, but you'll get accustom.
Are you crazy? at 15 y.o? nah brother... keep using the condom.
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If it doesnt hurt with one on, why would it hurt with one on?
Point blank, sex at your age without a condom is not ok. You should keep with the condoms until your ready to concieve a child.
And no, it shouldn't hurt any.
Originally Posted by joee
the skin could be sliding ovr the head, retracting, etc etc which maybe could hurt if was pulled too far, but i doubt it!
if i were u i wouldnt risk it w/o the condom and thats the truth!
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Unless you fancy a little brat to call your own, I'd stick with the condom.
Do you know that your the only person she's slept with. She could of slept with a certain Jock with Syphilis, and not tell you.
Keep the condom buddy.
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Just coz she is on the pill, doesn't mean she wont have a little scream baby
Only when you want a child is the time you want to have unprotected sex
Also don't forget about the STI's and the STD's you can get from unprotected sex
I believe they aren't the most comfortable things to have, like crabs, the clap
We have been together 7 months, and we have had sex plenty of times with a condom on, she even takes morning after pill sometimes.
Even if you have been together 7 months.. I would keep the condom. First of all, if she just now went on the pill, I think it takes around a month for them to work. Secondly, there's no guarantee that they will FULLY keep her from becoming pregnant. And last, if she misses one pill, she has to do the whole month over before thy satrt working again, and at 15, its likely she may forget to take the pill once.
So keep the condom
Originally Posted by loopii
Yea its fine if your foreskin does that.
Get checked for STDs and STIs before you do, just in case. Even if you don't think you have any, you may.
It is a sex related question though. So it would be better off in there.
Originally Posted by wickedwayz
If you've been using condoms and have had to use the morning after pill several times, its clear you need more than one method at a time.
Originally Posted by wickedwayz
The pill is very touchy, even the slightest thing such as having diareah can make it ineffective. Be aware of everything like that.
I would also give it time, a couple of months before getting rid of the condom to make sure her body is adapted properly and that she remembers to take them responsibly.
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