By jasmine - 23/08/2019 04:00
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let me see if I can fill in the mental gymnastics needed here to conclude sexism in the original comment. 1, original poster agreed to sex with a condom to prevent pregnancy. 2, condom broke, boyfriend realized it, but didn't say anything and finished up like nothing had happened. 3, boyfriend did not say a damn thing about the broken condom until original poster developed morning sickness. 4, you asked me, he's guilty of at least sexual battery / assault, if not flat-out rape due to his failure to adhere to her terms of informed consent. I hope that perhaps this explains the mental gymnastics necessary to conclude sexism in the comment. by the way if you don't see what's wrong with what the boyfriend did, you are a part of the problem and fuck you!!!
Lol relax slym nobody said that the boyfriend wasn’t the problem but that doesn’t mean that this was because of misogyny (or because she is a woman). Way to jump to conclusions like I did (and I pray that I did have a woosh moment because kristen’s comment can’t be real).
Is there a way to tell? Because the same happened to me, I saw the condom and it didn't look broken, sooo... just saying.
When I’ve had it happen, he said it suddenly felt too good, pulled out, and there was a giant hole at the top (friction break, not enough lube). But it is possible for there to be a tiny hole in the condom before you even put it on or if it’s an older condom it could be weaker and wear thin.
Best of luck, OP! You're gonna need it (definitely more ways than one ...). Smh. Actually, some one-night-stands try to take the condom back off (esp. doggy-style) when the gal isn't looking (eg, WikiLeaks' Julian Assange), but this doesn't seem to be one of those cases.