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Author: Old_Fashioned Subject: If me and my partner are still virgins, should we use protection?
Nessa Freemen
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posted on 02-25-2004 at 23:55 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
If me and my partner are still virgins, should we use protection?

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B.T.D.T
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posted on 03-01-2004 at 00:06 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator


Most definately! It doesn't matter if u both are virgins or not, it is always wise to use protection. Did you know that it is very possible for a virgin to get pregnant? Well it is. Apparently the penis doesn't have to be inserted for semen to get inside you. Because small amounts of semen can always be found at the tip of the penis, by simply rubbing the head against the opening of ur virgina, u are putting yourself at risk of becoming pregnant. Imagine my horror when i first found that out!
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AdviceMan
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posted on 08-29-2004 at 03:28 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator


Nessa. If you and your boyfriend are virgins if you use protection you two will no longer be virgins. If he really loves you he will ask you to marry him and perform his husbandly duties on your wedding night. I suggest you go to the library and gets some books on how to please your HUSBAND OR WIFE! and learn how to pleasure one another like the books says beforel you two have sex on your WEDDING NIGHT! It will not be that enjoyable your first time because neither one of you actually knows what to do. wait for his word (I DO) babygirl!
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guyvirgin1977
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posted on 10-03-2004 at 20:11 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
MAN OH MAN!

First off you ARE NOT A VIRGIN! you've already established that when you had the post about anal sex. Some STDS (such as HPV) can be transmitted by ANY GENITAL CONTACT!
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Old_Fashioned
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posted on 10-05-2004 at 23:04 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
Hmmm

Ok Guyvirgin, I am not so sure I agree with you on that. I guess you can look at the man as being not a virgin but the women still is. Her hymen is still intact probably. As for Nessa, stick to Advicemans reply. I would have wrote something similar.
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