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# 46 : Sunday 9-3-2014 @ 12:43
 
 
Someone said :
Anal sex is very mainstream as a sexual practise.
As is rimming.
In the U.S. Where teenagers take these virginity oaths. Christian teenagers, and these continue to college. They keep their virginity, technically,
It doesn't mean they don't have sex, they have oral sex they have anal sex they rim they do everything except have coitus.

This satisfies "Christian" values, so I wouldn't be lectured at about sex by anybody quoting or misquoting bible, anal sex is good write it large.

What has all that got to do with having unprotected sex?
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# 47 : Sunday 9-3-2014 @ 13:20
 
 
Someone said :
Anal sex is very mainstream as a sexual practise.
As is rimming.
In the U.S. Where teenagers take these virginity oaths. Christian teenagers, and these continue to college. They keep their virginity, technically,
It doesn't mean they don't have sex, they have oral sex they have anal sex they rim they do everything except have coitus.

This satisfies "Christian" values, so I wouldn't be lectured at about sex by anybody quoting or misquoting bible, anal sex is good write it large.

You've totally lost me
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# 48 : Sunday 9-3-2014 @ 21:22
 
 
Chillax, dudes! Maybe it was a bit of tangent but still an interesting contribution.
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# 49 : Thursday 13-3-2014 @ 10:00
 
 
Sorry, I did mean for another thread but it usually means unprotected sex.this keeping virginity sex)
Straight people n the main don't have safe sex
Unprotected sex is a risk, I think when we assume things we are more likely to take risks.
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# 50 : Sunday 16-3-2014 @ 15:17
 
 
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# 51 : Sunday 16-3-2014 @ 16:32
 
 
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# 52 : Friday 21-3-2014 @ 15:11
 
 
The # of Yes votes is a little scary.

Of course some of these people may be in committed monogamous relationships but I doubt most are.

I don't think people realise that they can help eradicate a disease/virus by being safe. Propagating a virus because you believe it's your right to do what you want is a shitty excuse for irresponsible behaviour that impacts more than just yourself.
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# 53 : Friday 21-3-2014 @ 17:18
 
 
Someone said :
The # of Yes votes is a little scary.

Of course some of these people may be in committed monogamous relationships but I doubt most are.

I don't think people realise that they can help eradicate a disease/virus by being safe. Propagating a virus because you believe it's your right to do what you want is a shitty excuse for irresponsible behaviour that impacts more than just yourself.

I agree.
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# 54 : Friday 21-3-2014 @ 18:50
 
 
As do I
As I said the idea of having unprotected has never occurred to me
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# 55 : Friday 21-3-2014 @ 18:57
 
 
I think you have to be in a committed relationship to consider it really.
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# 56 : Friday 21-3-2014 @ 19:07
 
 
Someone said :
I think you have to be in a committed relationship to consider it really.

I agree
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# 57 : Friday 21-3-2014 @ 21:27
 
 
Someone said :
The # of Yes votes is a little scary.

Of course some of these people may be in committed monogamous relationships but I doubt most are.

I don't think people realise that they can help eradicate a disease/virus by being safe. Propagating a virus because you believe it's your right to do what you want is a shitty excuse for irresponsible behaviour that impacts more than just yourself.

Of course the question, which I haven't voted on, asks 'would you' not 'do you'.
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# 58 : Friday 21-3-2014 @ 21:56
 
 
Someone said :

Of course the question, which I haven't voted on, asks 'would you' not 'do you'.

Correct.
The "would you" isn't qualified by an "if".
The "if" could be anything, including:
"if you were in a 100% monogamous relationship and you were 100% sure that both you and your partner were free of all known sexually transmitted infections".
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# 59 : Saturday 22-3-2014 @ 08:25
 
 
Best safe sex is no sex. But if that was practised to the extreme we wouldn't be having this discussion.
I met a lad on a random hunt, tried the back route but wore protection that time.
I have given and received oral unprotected. Nervous behaviour on my part.
What freaks me out a bit is the open relationships. I've two friends who indicated an interest hoisting my colours. But that's a tangent for another discussion. Would I bareback? No. But the idea turns me on.
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# 60 : Sunday 23-3-2014 @ 02:57
 
 
Bareback would of course be a turn on,but a total turn off in terms of reality.
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