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Faster climax without condoms?

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  • Originally posted by kira View Post
    Depending a bit on where you look perfect use of pulling out is about 96% effective. Average amount though is more like 73%. The odds aren't that you have a 96% chance of getting pregnant each time. The numbers are how many couples got pregnant during a year of sex.
    And the same sources will tell you condoms are only about 96% effective too. Sooner or later the stats will catch up with you, which is why we have the human race...
    Also, Something Awesome seemed to be indicating that he and the gf were both OK with having a kid, which is indeed something awesome.

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    • But back tot he original topic: yes indeed, there is a great deal more sensation without condoms, so you can certainly expect the man to climax more quickly. If that's two quickly, there are two good solutions: one would be to have sex more often, so he won't climax so quickly! Another would be for him to masturbate some time in advance of your coitus so that he doesn't come so quickly.

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      • I not sure as I haven't used condoms in 29 years. But before when I younger, I did used them I could last a longer time with them. But the sensation was not good as myself and the girl I was with needed oral pleasure to archive a orgasm the condom was not doing it at all there's no feeling for either one of us.
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