Don't get much sensation/feeling = step your rubber game up. I've forever been harping on the Japanese condoms cause they tend to win best condoms every year.
Are women just ignoring the fact that we catch STDs easier than men do? Vaggie = big/wide (dont come for me) warm wet dark with a rich blood supply plus its has many other compartments (tubes, cervix, ovaries= microorganisms and pathogens love that place.
Stop the slackness man- get tested with your partners use condoms and dont forget afro's trick of putting the water in the condom after you're finished to check for tears/leakage
ETA Found some answer for you Blac
Lloyd G, 31:
I'm not sure why I don't sometimes. I guess it has to do with how comfortable I am with the girl — not that that's a good thing.
Kemar W, 27:
If she appears clean, then I might not use a condom.
Anthony S, 41:
I'll stop after I get to know her and know her track record. But some men don't wait, they just jump right in, mouths first sometimes.
My girlfriend and I used a condom the first few times, then she got on the pill. She says she likes the natural feeling. I'm not cheating and I hope she's not, so we should be safe.
Glendon R, 27:
Boy, to tell you the truth, sometimes I sleep with some girls and afterwards I have to look back and curse myself. But really still, sometimes you get in the mood and you realise you don't have any condom and you just do your thing and hope for the best. Because some women look so good, you just can't resist.
Dwayne W, 24:
If the person is my significant other I'll take the chance. On the other hand, if the person is not my number one, then maybe I will go unprotected if I am intoxicated.
Theodore M, 30:
I would have to trust someone to a great extent to take such a chance... to even think of taking such a chance. Or it would have to be a case where you have none available and it is virtually impossible to get one at the time and you just can't walk away. But naturally, your wife would be exempt from condom use since we imagine a normal person would trust their marital partner.
Barrington H, 34:
If she has done a AIDS test and she is on birth control, I wouldn't.
Carlton G, 38
After sleeping with her three times.
Read more: http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/magazines/allwoman/Men--Why-we-don-t-use-condoms_14238956#ixzz2grgYwHMk
Isiah Cole, 41, common-law-relationship for 10 years:
Simply because I like the natural feeling. Condoms take away that natural feeling of the skin to skin friction. And also, I don't get that monster of an erection that I have when I'm not wearing one. I use to bag up back in the days because I was afraid of catching anything, but when I found one person to settle with I started using it initially, but after awhile you fall into the pattern of not doing so and I realise sex was even better because there is no barrier. So today I no longer use it.
Duane Mills, 48, single:
Well obviously I don't use condoms all the time because I got two children! But if I am just meeting a girl and don't know anything about her then I will use it. But my children were born during stable relationships with women I felt I could trust at the time. But to be honest, sometimes you find yourself in a position where you don't have any 'bag', so you just do your thing and hope for the best. But for the most part I try to use condoms as much as possible.
David McHugh, 41, married nine years:
I don't use condoms with my wife because it's the ultimate trust and intimacy factor. It's much more enjoyable going without and I don't have to deal with putting on, taking off, and putting on again!
Sidney Greene, 39, married three years:
I have one partner and she is not cheating on me.
Byron Burnett, 47, married 11 years:
I don't use any with my wife, but if I do cheat, and I say if, condom is a must. I don't want to get any disease.
Ezekiel Chambers, 27, between relationships:
Sometime I don't use condom still. But you realise is fool fool we fool fool? Because we meet a woman and start using it and two, three weeks later we feel like we shouldn't use it anymore. But that fool fool still, because anything that was there three weeks ago will still be there three weeks later.