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Who Should Supply Protection? (Page 1)

do you carry protection on you at all times?
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ok so because of a "debate" in another topic i think this needs to be addressed. Who is responsible in supplying protection for intercourse.

and this is way out there but should you be allowed into clubs and whatever if you don't have any on you?
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replied August 20th, 2007
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I carry protection IN me. I am on birth control. Also, I have condoms in my bedroom.
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replied July 5th, 2018
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Well done. But the other side must also think.
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replied August 20th, 2007
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Re: Who Should Supply Protection?
benc152 wrote:
ok so because of a "debate" in another topic i think this needs to be addressed. Who is responsible in supplying protection for intercourse.


All involved parties.

benc152 wrote:
and this is way out there but should you be allowed into clubs and whatever if you don't have any on you?


That's kind of funny; I went in clubs back in the day and by no means did I intend to have sex.
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replied August 20th, 2007
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If you don't want a baby, you should protect yourself. Women and men. Anyway, we don't want std's either....
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replied August 20th, 2007
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Oops, I voted no... but I guess it should have been yes, since I'm on the pill I walk around protected all the time. Plus we have condoms at home (I'm married) just in case I miss a pill or something.
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replied August 20th, 2007
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I Agree
I TOTALLY agree with Birch............I went to a club to dance...what the hell wrong with the world today??????????????
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replied August 20th, 2007
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everyone should have some kind of protection

not just men
not just women

its not up to either gender to be reponsible for birtch conrol
both parties should be equally responsible and/or protected
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replied August 20th, 2007
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The-girlfriend...
Love your new avatar pic sweetie, you are sooooooooo cute!
If you're gonna dance.......you got to pay the fiddler!
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replied August 20th, 2007
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Anyone who intends to have sex. It scares me sometimes that women are on the pill but don't use condoms. I am afraid of my daughters getting STD's (when they are older, of course!) When I was a teen I thought i was having safe sex bc I was on the pill.
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replied August 20th, 2007
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sillyakchick wrote:
Anyone who intends to have sex. It scares me sometimes that women are on the pill but don't use condoms. I am afraid of my daughters getting STD's (when they are older, of course!) When I was a teen I thought i was having safe sex bc I was on the pill.


i agree with you1 i think most people only think "oh no i could get pregnant from sex?!" and not enough think about the std's involved
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replied August 20th, 2007
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Love your new avatar pic sweetie, you are sooooooooo cute!
If you're gonna dance.......you got to pay the fiddler!


thanks!!!!!!!!!!!! Wink
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replied August 20th, 2007
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I hated condoms. They smell bad. I never had to worry because I only slept with my husband and we were both STD free, though. I was so glad to say good bye to them permanently after we got engaged. Yuck!
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replied August 20th, 2007
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Re: I Agree
Fairy*Godmother wrote:
I TOTALLY agree with Birch............I went to a club to dance...what the hell wrong with the world today??????????????


First of all, I'm past the problem myself (wife had hysterectomy because of cysts back in the 1980s), but I agree both parties should be responsible. I never even thought about STDs without condoms even if the woman is on bc. But that makes a lot of sense too.

For Fairy*G & Birch: I too went to clubs back in the day and something tells me the clubs today are not like they were then. We're not in Kansas anymore, Dorothy.
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replied August 20th, 2007
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Whoaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
Jude-Love: I just wanted to comment on your new avatar pic. Very aeon flux with a little love thrown in!! Surprised And very sexy.

toodleloo
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replied August 20th, 2007
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lonestarguy wrote:
Jude-Love: I just wanted to comment on your new avatar pic. Very aeon flux with a little love thrown in!! Surprised And very sexy.

toodleloo


Haha...thanks!

Unfortunately, I look nothing like that.
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replied August 20th, 2007
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Jude-Love....Alas, reality rears its head again. Excuse me, I've got an appointment with my plastic surgeon for an extreme makeover.
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replied August 20th, 2007
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I am also very glad I don't have to worry about STD's anymore. Unless my husband strays. I don't think it would ever happen. I am sure nobody thinks it will ever happen, even when it does. It's just a very frightening world out there. "Back in my day" STD's were just becoming known, and nobody really thought they could get one if they didn't sleep with "very many" partners. Times have changed so much since then.
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replied August 20th, 2007
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I'm sorry, but I'm also offended by the clubbing comment. I do not go out dancing with the intention to have sex, and I'd be extremely pissed if I wasn't allowed into a club for not having an item pertaining to an activity I didn't intend to engage in! That's exactly like saying everyone who goes to a club wants to have a one-night stand!
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replied August 20th, 2007
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Re: Who Should Supply Protection?
benc152 wrote:

and this is way out there but should you be allowed into clubs and whatever if you don't have any on you?


ooh i missed this part of the post entirely
so all people go to clubs with intention to have sex?! hmmm...interesting Rolling Eyes
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replied August 20th, 2007
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I'm on the pill so I'm protected. But, I have condoms at home and I tend to keep one in my purse at all times. just in case. My bf also carries one in his wallet at all times. But I believe that both parties are responsible for protection because both are involved. It shouldn't be up to just one of them.
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