GAMRican saidThis is why ALWAYS use a condom. Every time, and a new one for each act.
It's just that simple.
BTW, "Trojan Supra" is my brand of choice. Ultra thin polyurethane that feels and fits "right", transmits heat and the feeling of friction, and I've yet to ever have one break. Water-based, oil-based, or any other kind of lube is compatible.
So, if you want to "feel my dick", go out and get yourself a box of Trojan Supra condoms. Put one one. Pull up my profile and become Faptain America with me!
Agree with you, Alan. I'll mention another Trojan brand to consider: Ecstasy, in regular & magnum sizes, also as ribbed.
It has the newer "light bulb" shape that's snug on the shaft at the base, but flares out to be very loose for the other half, to let you move around inside it. Feels very natural (apply some lube on your glans first for an even better sensation). Only in latex to my knowledge, though, so you have to use a non-petroleum lube.
The Ecstasy feels so good it's not a drawback to use it. My late partner was HIV+ and I wasn't afraid to let him top me with a latex condom, and I'm still negative. He also wore a condom when I blew him, I wouldn't even take that lesser chance.
My current husband & I have the same doctor, and are tested several times a year, as a matter of mutual good faith, and as an example to others. We're monogamous, but I still use a condom for general sanitary reasons. He's free to bareback me if he likes, I feel comfortable literally putting my life in his hands.
Our doctor is legally authorized in writing to reveal if either of us ever catches any STD (Health Care Surrogate documents, giving us full medical access & control over the other if needed). But if you don't have that same agreement with your own man, you're just taking his word that he's negative.
In the several medical emergencies we've each had, neither of us was ever denied access to the other in the ER & hospital room. In fact, the doctors had to come to me or him to authorize some of the medical procedures they wanted to perform, when the other was incapable. We've never experienced the horror stories you sometimes read about LGBT partners being barred from the hospital room when their loved one is sick or dying.
But then we took the precaution of having all these legal documents drawn. That even our married friends must still do in Red Republican Florida, which continues to refuse to recognize their out-of-state gay marriages. At least now most public hospitals must, thanks to President Obama's Executive Order to HHS. (Even while the RJ Conservaposse falsely claims that Obama hates gays, has done nothing for us, and we'd be better off with their Republican handlers fully in charge)
But both he & I have experienced loss of a partner to AIDS caused by cheating. If you wanna put your life in the hands of another guy, solely trusting his assurances of being clean, fine. But a condom is the better insurance.