I Am Still Scared...

I know we have all had that feeling when a condom breaks, or comes off, and your so into the moment that you don't stop. I love sex without a condom, but pregnancy aside it can still kill you!

Although it is much reduced, AIDS is still there and I'm sure there will be another fatal STD around the corner as it fades. Getting Herpes would suck as you have it forever, most anything else is curable but how humiliating can going to the Dr. with anything else be.

Overall though, I love the feel of skin on skin inside me, it is much more tactile that any toy or condom can feel. I don't even like hands with surgical gloves on. So the clubs we frequent have some testing rules, and usually we can stick with a limited # of people. Things don't get too out of hand. Everyone knows the score.

Give me rock hard, warm throbbing skin on skin anytime. It's so much better, but don't try it if your not reasonably sure...
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4 Responses Jan 18, 2013

yes it my be scary but it feels better and knowing the risk is so much hotter

Yes well there is a name for Women who like such hot risk - Mommies.

We both hated condoms - I really did and it got so I could not function with them - yes I really hated them. She was not going back on the pill - really hormonal birth control generally sucks as it affects libido and more. We are in a totally monogomous marriage - I did reasearch plus we were advised to get an IUD - perfect once the teething problems settle in which took three or so months. We got the paraguard - the copper one with no hormones. No fertility loss and relations are very spontaneous and totally natural - moist slipery skin on skin. I love her IUD - a lot.

I have pretested ahead of time when there was more then just one guy.Its not so bad.pregnancy risk can only be done without one.You are so right its just better without one.No cream pie while the raincoat is on and who does not like a nice cream pie?

Good attitude. It is definitely best to stick with people you know. Its so easy to get tested now that there is no excuse for everyone not doing it. Yes, its a bit icky, but not anything like the consequences of not.