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# 16 : Wednesday 15-1-2014 @ 17:51
 
 
Someone said :
Everyone should be allowed to be free to do what they want.
No one is forcing YOU to have unprotected anal sex.
Let's. Stop. Judging. Anything different from us!!!

Why do you think everyone is not allowed to be free and do what they want?

Its interesting you make that judgement, and then tell everyone else not to make any judgements!
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# 17 : Wednesday 15-1-2014 @ 18:40
 
 
Someone said :
Everyone should be allowed to be free to do what they want.

Yes, everyone should be allowed to slice my mother's arm with a machete.

Someone said :
No one is forcing YOU to have unprotected anal sex.

Tell that to an anal sex rape victim.

Someone said :
Let's. Stop. Judging. Anything different from us!!!

Let's continue to judge stuff.
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# 18 : Wednesday 15-1-2014 @ 18:50
 
 
Once when completely out-of-it drunk. Luckily everything came back clear.
Numerous times in one long-term relationship.

For us it brought an extra level of trust, excitement and intimacy into our relationship and to the sex we had. Not to say that it wasn't there before but we felt it heightened it.

Any other relationship we always used protection, still was great sex.
Though if I'm watching porn I tend to watch more bareback scenes.
With a casual encounter (rare ) I would always use (except that one time mentioned above, a lesson learnt) and recommend protection.
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# 19 : Wednesday 15-1-2014 @ 21:20
 
 
Someone said :

Numerous times in one long-term relationship.

For us it brought an extra level of trust, excitement and intimacy into our relationship and to the sex we had. Not to say that it wasn't there before but we felt it heightened it.

Many people have been infected by their long term partners.
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# 20 : Thursday 16-1-2014 @ 02:08
 
 
Someone said :

Many people have been infected by their long term partners.

I should have mentioned monogamous relationship, that's what I meant.
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# 21 : Thursday 16-1-2014 @ 03:13
 
 
Obviously it is awful when someone who thinks they are in a committed relationship is infected by their partner but I find the whole thought of never trusting your partner 'just in case' very depressing.
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# 22 : Thursday 16-1-2014 @ 03:34
 
 
Someone said :

I should have mentioned monogamous relationship, that's what I meant.

It happens in monogamous relationships too.
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# 23 : Thursday 16-1-2014 @ 08:19
 
 
Someone said :
Obviously it is awful when someone who thinks they are in a committed relationship is infected by their partner but I find the whole thought of never trusting your partner 'just in case' very depressing.

No one is forcing you not to trust your partner. That's your choice. I have no intention of not trusting my partner because of what some stranger writes on the internet, and why you find it depressing seems unclear.
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# 24 : Thursday 16-1-2014 @ 08:21
 
 
Someone said :

It happens in monogamous relationships too.

Really. If the relationship is monogamous, how can that happen? You mean catching HIV from a needle stick infection or something?
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# 25 : Thursday 16-1-2014 @ 11:10
 
 
Someone said :

... why you find it depressing seems unclear.

Kiwi I was simply posting a comment that it would be rather sad if some people became so consumed with fear they didn't trust anyone or lived in fear.
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# 26 : Thursday 16-1-2014 @ 11:15
 
 
Someone said :

Kiwi I was simply posting a comment that it would be rather sad if some people became so consumed with fear they didn't trust anyone or lived in fear.

Actually you said you found it very depressing. We all simply post comments on message boards, that's what they are for, for simply posting comments.
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# 27 : Thursday 16-1-2014 @ 11:39
 
 
Someone said :

Actually you said you found it very depressing. We all simply post comments on message boards, that's what they are for, for simply posting comments.

What he said he found depressing is the fact that if you were extremely sensitive about the STI issue that you wouldn't trust your partner, because you never truly know if they're telling you the truth about being clean and that having that type of distrust in a relationship is depressing. That was his opinion; opinions are inarguable. Now, can you just keep posts on topic Kiwifruit? Please and Thank you.
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# 28 : Thursday 16-1-2014 @ 11:48
 
 
Thanks Athlone that's it exactly

(PS Kiwi is having difficulties with my posts on 3 threads at the moment so if you can clarify the other 2 for him that would be great )
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# 29 : Thursday 16-1-2014 @ 11:51
 
 
Someone said :

What he said he found depressing is the fact that if you were extremely sensitive about the STI issue that you wouldn't trust your partner, because you never truly know if they're telling you the truth about being clean and that having that type of distrust in a relationship is depressing. That was his opinion; opinions are inarguable. Now, can you just keep posts on topic Kiwifruit? Please and Thank you.

Someone said :
Obviously it is awful when someone who thinks they are in a committed relationship is infected by their partner but I find the whole thought of never trusting your partner 'just in case' very depressing.

I don't see that in his post - where does he say in the relevant post what you claim?
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# 30 : Thursday 16-1-2014 @ 12:08
 
 
Someone said :
I find the whole thought of never trusting your partner 'just in case' very depressing.

Someone said :
What he said he found depressing is the fact that if you were extremely sensitive about the STI issue that you wouldn't trust your partner

See how it says the same thing there? Just in different wording?

And then I went to elaborate into even more detail by saying:

Someone said :
because you never truly know if they're telling you the truth about being clean and that having that type of distrust in a relationship is depressing.

As I have already said please, stop confronting us on these matters, we are here to voice our opinions, not to defend them from your scrutiny.

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