Raw Sex conversations that you should have with your partnerMany monogamous relationships grow from love. Many other, less lame monogamous relationships grow from a desire to stop using condoms. The DTR (define the relationship) conversations are a great time to talk about having raw sex, but the reverse is also true: A conversation about raw sex often leads to a conversation about Us. Physical sensation aside (going condom-free also feels fantastic for women), it’s a bonding experience. A newly condom-less relationship is cause for celebration. There’s emotional intimacy and a greater physical connection in becoming fluid-bonded, but that also means your genital germs are becoming your partner’s genital germs. For the sake of your relationship and the general public’s health, there are three conversations you must have before you toss out your rubbers.
1. TestingAs long as you are in a serious relationship, at one point or another you’ll reach this point. Either you or your partner will bring up this topic. The joy of being a grown-up is that we can drink alcohol, have sex, and stay up late, but the downside is we have to talk about some uncomfortable topics. You’ve got to get tested… I’m 100% sure your partner hasn’t practiced sex safe all through his entire life. He or she has had several raw sex experiences. You can’t be too sure where he’s deeped his dick or where she’s been getting dick from. It’s safe to test and know your status.
2. Birth ControlSome people think children are a source of love and joy, but I think babies are the most dangerous sexually transmitted infection of them all. They affect your lifestyle the most, they’re expensive, and they’re bad for the environment. I doubt you clicked on this article because you’re ready to become a parent, but if you have a functioning penis, you can make babies. Is she on the pill? Would a more long-term method be a better option, such as an IUD? Are you on the same page about using any family planning method? You don’t have to decide if you ever want to have kids there and then. Just check in with your lady lover because she’s going to be the one dealing with side effects of hormonal birth control or the pain of an IUD insertion, it’s the polite thing to do.
3. Monogamy/Exclusivity.Having sex only with each other, after getting tested and discussing birth control, is the safest way to bone without condoms—end of story. You have to talk about exclusivity…. You just have to talk about it. If you know you’re into monogamy, say, “I’d love for us to only fuck with each other, no third party” But that’s not always how it goes down. Some people prefer open relationships. Most couples settle on open relationships because of a lot of reasons. The biggest reason being long distance. There is one general rule that you should always tell your partner.
If you are going to fuck out there please use a condom.This rule seems odd but it works… So take sometime and talk about this topics. It’s either you remain exclusive with each other or use condoms when out hoeing.So before you start having raw sex, sit down and have a real conversation about these three topics.
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