By PCJJacket - 05/05/2014 17:30 - United States - Los Angeles
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I vouch for condoms being no good. if ladies are considering BC, I must recommend an IUD. it was the best decision I've made. I'm sure I look like a creep and get a few down thumbs, but in these days of wild intercourse and unplanned pregnancies, if I can influence one young girl to use BC it's totally worth it. and the device is that good I'm advocating its use to random folks on an app. "safe sex is great sex, better wear a latex, cause you don't want that late text, that 'I think I'm late' text."
IUD'S do not protect you from STD'S, people don't only use condoms to avoid getting pregnant they also use them to avoid STD'S please don't listen to #55 if you want to get on birth control as well as using condoms then good double the protection for you, but please do not stop using condoms you can use both.
ah. I forgot some are less than smart. this is useful if the person you're sleeping with is clean. so if you're easy and sleep with people with a sketchy past have common sense enough to take every and all possible precautions you can. just because I said I don't like them doesn't mean I was telling others not to use them.
Yes, 77, because EVERYONE knows that, if a person has an STD, that person's past is "sketchy". I mean, it's clearly impossible to contract an STD when they are being birthed by a mother who has an STD. It's also clearly impossible to contract an STD through a needle, rather it be a tattoo needle or a needle to draw blood. No. A person can ONLY get an STD if they're "easy" or "have a sketchy past". Nevermind the fact that even wedded people who love each other can catch an STD from oral sex(genital herpes, specifically since herpes 1 and 2 are interchangable) between each other. Just to be clear, I am being sarcastic. I didn't mean to rant. Just the "if you're easy and have a sketchy past" part irritated me because I know plenty of people in a long-term and/or commited relationship who have contracted an STD from their partner.
I know #77 is coming from a good place here but seriously please don't get an IUD. I've had literally five different friends who got IUD's and every one of them had serious problems. I know they work sometimes but they're just not worth the risk. My best friend was hospitalized because of hers.
I'm sure he was bribed with dog-treats to snitch on you. I suggest you double whatever his current rate is.
I fucking love animals