Tuesday, October 17, 2006

This Post Is Rated NC-17*

So say you are in the throws of passion. You're making out. Clothes are coming off. There is nakedness. There is touching. It feels good. It's going somewhere. And then there is a condom-less penis trying to enter your vagina.

I'm just saying, this could happen. Stay with me people.

And so maybe, as a woman who is a) not inclined to have a baby just yet, b) not so excited about the possibility of a STD and c) firmly believes that the pull out method is wholly unreliable, you're a bit put out by such a maneuver.

So you say so. Because, well, you can't just say nothing. It's your life! Your health! Your body! And he counters, "Yeah but I don't come inside."

Wha?

Please good lord almighty. Who believes that crap? Are these men (and the women who say, "ok" to such skewed logic) the reason HIV is still being spread? Why HPV is rampant? Why unwanted babies are born?

We all have the right to make our own choices about sex and what we do with our bodies. Maybe some of us just choose to NOT roll the dice and trust that she's actually on birth control or he has actually tested negative in the last month or he's infertile or she's a virgin or whatever line they throw us.

Me? I'd rather be safe than sorry. And I mean that in so many ways.

*See? I told you there would be sexually explicit content. This post may or may not be based on real life factual events from the author's life. Hypothetical? Wouldn't you like to know!

18 comments:

JustRun said...

Ten years ago it may have been believeable that someone actually thought that "method" was for real. Now, it's just ridiculous. There is way too much information out there for someone, anyone, to claim ignorance on that one, sorry.

alissa said...

Hypothetically, I think guys like that are jerks and that a response like that says a lot more about them as a person than they realize. Hypothetically of course.

Reminds me of a hypothetical guy who said he would rather not have sex with a hypothetical woman than wear a condom. Hypothetically.

Mrs. Ca said...

I agree with your viewpoint whole-heartedly. I'd rather have health and not have unplanned babies than a few minutes of pleasure. I know a lot of guys who feel the opposite though. Hopefully they find some smart women who know better.

matilda said...

Did that happen to you this weekend?

Melissa said...

Great, no problem, go right ahead... right after you show me a blood test from the past 2 weeks and hand me a briefcase with about 150 grand to cover the raising, clothing and educating of your bastard child. Otherwise, bag that fucker.

And don't hassle me over it either or you definitly won't be getting any cootchi.

Jenny said...

men! see why i dont date them? heh.

Kerry said...

Good for you. I know a couple of kiddos that were born because of the Pull-out method. That crap doesn't work.

Always protect yourself!!

Sizzle said...

like i said- this could very well be a hypothetical situation. just saying.

Alison said...

Uh, yeaaaah! Didn't we learn all this stuff in high school back in the 80s? Or were some people not paying attention?

Hypothetically speaking, of course. Or maybe I'm just grumpy. Anyhoo, I'm with you, Sizzle.

gorillabuns said...

it only takes once to get knocked up. hence, the two kiddos in my charge.

the "i don't come inside" statement is soo college as well as the devil may care attitude about std's. i'm banking this guy has had a few.

i'm glad "this" person stuck to their guns in this "hypothetical" situation!

snackiepoo said...

LMAO, you had me at NC-17!

Uhm, men....egotistical men who think they can get away with things when this hypothetical dude is probably smarter than that since the hypothetical girl doesn't seem to date the dim bulbs. I think sometimes they just want to see what they can get away with.

And yeah, it's my body fucker...no glove, no love. Well, not for me since I am married and all that but I am just hypothetically saying.

Sizzle said...

can you feel the estrogen in here? where are all the fellas? hmmm. . . curious.

Bill said...

Personally, I like to warn women that I'm a dribbler and wet suits would be best. Hypothetically, that is.

I sometimes think vaginas should come with some kind of label so women grow up with a full awareness of what they have. It would read something like: "Warning: This is an asshole magnet. Use with caution."

Maman said...

sorry, I just got distracted by the thought of having sex that involve a penis.. it made me lose my concentration... what were you saying again?

sandra said...

Hypothetically, he sounds like a ridiculous human being who -- if some other (hypothetical) girl bought that story -- has probably been inside someone else sans raingear.

Bone said...

*Arrives late to the conversation. Hears the subject matter. Quietly tries to sneak out the back door unnoticed*

Neil said...

Then again, there are some men out there with such intense self-control, like zen masters, who if you were to be in bed with... eh, who am I fooling?

Bre said...

It's frightening on so many levels for me that my students are so clueless about condom usage and viable methods to prevent the transmission of STIs. There is a bowl of condoms in my office that, for the longest time, was never touched by my students. Lately (I'd like to think because of an increase in programming on my part, but possibly because of millions of other factors) they're going through condoms at a much higher rate. Here's hoping they're starting to take things more seriously!