I love BB ... But ..

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    Aug 17, 2011 11:07 PM GMT
    Well ... okay I gotta admit it .. I love bareback ... and I want really to try ..i know its so risky .. but is there any way to make it safe ? like doing it with trusted partner ? .... i am not that guy who like to have sex with every male .. just my BF ...

    When i watch born .. i just watch bareback lol .. is that dirty ? -,- i just like it ..

    Edit: I never tried it btw ... but each time me n him get together ... i just be so close to tell him '' Don't use Condom''
  • cookingitswee...

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    Aug 17, 2011 11:09 PM GMT
    No bareback! No Bareback!!

    Where a condom mother f****r!

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    Hope that helps!
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    Aug 17, 2011 11:17 PM GMT
    cookingitsweet saidNo bareback! No Bareback!!

    Where a condom mother f****r!

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    Hope that helps!


    :C gonna remember that :C
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    Aug 17, 2011 11:24 PM GMT
    Well if me and my partner r clean ... and we do bareback .. then its okay ? isn't it ? :S
  • UnluckyTitan

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    Aug 17, 2011 11:31 PM GMT
    If you've never done it, how do you know you love it? Its just not worth the risk.
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    Aug 17, 2011 11:33 PM GMT
    UnluckyTitan saidIf you've never done it, how do you know you love it? Its just not worth the risk.


    Always watching it on porn movies and always thinking about doing it .. :S cant take it off my mind
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    Aug 18, 2011 12:42 AM GMT
    If you don't have sex, you don't have to worry about HIV, Hepatitis C, Syphilis, antibiotic resistant Gonorrhea, Herpes, Human Papalomavirus, and a host of other sexually transmitted diseases. Some of these diseases (and more) can be invisible to the eye and without symptom in the earliest stages. People who are infected might not even know they are a vector for the disease. The probability of contracting one of these diseases outside of sex is much lower than contracting one of these diseases because of sex.

    If you do have sex, then a condom, good hygene (before and after sex), good judgement, and common sense can all reduce your risk of contracting one or more of the above diseases because of sex.

    In other words, your risk is lowest if you choose to not have sex. And, if you choose to have sex, then the risk of contracting one of the above diseases is higher than "no sex" and lower than if you use no condom at all.

    Ultimately you will make a risk decision for your own life.
    If you have sex, your choice on how you have sex will impact not only your own life, but the life of your partner, and potentially the health of your community.

    I hope you will make an informed choice which reflects what is in the best interests of both you and your community.


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    Aug 18, 2011 1:28 AM GMT
    GAMRican saidIf you don't have sex, you don't have to worry about HIV, Hepatitis C, Syphilis, antibiotic resistant Gonorrhea, Herpes, Human Papalomavirus, and a host of other sexually transmitted diseases. Some of these diseases (and more) can be invisible to the eye and without symptom in the earliest stages. People who are infected might not even know they are a vector for the disease. The probability of contracting one of these diseases outside of sex is much lower than contracting one of these diseases because of sex.

    If you do have sex, then a condom, good hygene (before and after sex), good judgement, and common sense can all reduce your risk of contracting one or more of the above diseases because of sex.

    In other words, your risk is lowest if you choose to not have sex. And, if you choose to have sex, then the risk of contracting one of the above diseases is higher than "no sex" and lower than if you use no condom at all.

    Ultimately you will make a risk decision for your own life.
    If you have sex, your choice on how you have sex will impact not only your own life, but the life of your partner, and potentially the health of your community.

    I hope you will make an informed choice which reflects what is in the best interests of both you and your community.




    Thanks for the info man ... well ima just dream my fantasy dream about bareback on Screens only haha ... n i do have sex with condoms for now and forever i think icon_smile.gif
  • Neurons

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    Aug 18, 2011 1:29 PM GMT
    Well, you say you only have sex with your boyfriends. If you want to try it that bad, wait 3 - 4 months into the relationship and get yourselves tested for everything. Once it comes back clear, maybe try it once?
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    Aug 18, 2011 1:39 PM GMT
    TheKrisPandemic saidWell, you say you only have sex with your boyfriends. If you want to try it that bad, wait 3 - 4 months into the relationship and get yourselves tested for everything. Once it comes back clear, maybe try it once?



    We did that, Kris, however, we went to the same doctor together each time and told the doc he could talk to each of us about each other. It kept everything transparent. This went on for over a year before we attempted anything risky. It wasn't just the above either; there was very deep communication between us and we made each other open books to each other. After all, the consequences of taking such a risk can be huge and life altering.

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    Aug 18, 2011 3:02 PM GMT
    2 clean guys in a committed relationship after a while shouldn't worry about condoms. Here's what me and my ex did:

    We waited about 4 months to even consider it. We both got tested and came out clean. Even after the whole testing thing we still use condoms a couple more times. Then one day mid session I told him to take it off and man was it a great decision. It feels better for sure. And ever since then I didn't use a condom with him. But don't go hoeing yourself around. And that should go for your bf too. You don't want any accidents. But definitely go for it if you feel that the time and person is right.
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    Aug 18, 2011 6:37 PM GMT
    Well ...yeah its so risky ... but i feel more intimacy in BB :S
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    Aug 18, 2011 6:49 PM GMT
    I'd rather see a thread where someone is asking a question than another.
    QUOTE AUTHOR GOES HEREoops I fell into his hot slick hole and wasn't wearing protection it was an hour later before I realized it and don't know what to do now?
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    Aug 19, 2011 8:45 AM GMT
    dc2011 saidI love you all and want to make love with you. Please contact me at
    david.coulombe@intel.com



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    Aug 19, 2011 6:52 PM GMT
    Its dangerous and its risky, but its your choice.

    My advice, date a guy exclusively for 6 and half months, then the both of you get tested together and even view each other's results.

    If you are both ok, go for it and just know that you are putting a great deal of trust in another human being.

    There is no right or wrong answer here. Some people say NO NO NO WHAT IF WHAT IF WHAT IF but my ex and I were together for 4 years, had unprotected sex non stop, and we never gave each other anything. We did get tested early on, but I am aware that at any moment something could have happened if one of us had been recklessly unfaithful.

    You're not a dirty gross person for wanting to have raw sex, in fact its natural. If we were meant to use condoms, foreskin - which presents a higher chance of STD contraction - would've been replaced with latex.

    But at the same time just be wise about it, get tested often, and protect yourself because NO ONE ELSE WILL. Even men who love you may have something they don't know about and accidentally give it you.