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Posted 10/31/16

GooseMcDucks wrote:


Minsc wrote:
No sex is safe sex.
You sure about that?



In strict terms of birth control, there's nothing safer.
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Minsc wrote:
In strict terms of birth control, there's nothing safer.
Take me to venus then...

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Yeah cause there are absolutely no negative side effects to messing with hormonal levels at all..Nope 100% safe as can be.

Count me out, there are plenty of other options that work just as well and have no side effects.
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As long as these side effects don't prevent the injection from being available to the public, I don't think there is anything wrong with some men saying they wouldn't do it. I prefer not to take hormonal BC, myself; I use a copper IUD. It would be a bit toss if they end up keeping it off of shelves until they can reduce the side effects, though.
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The pill isn't going to suit everyone. I've never tried it because it caused problems for my sis and I found out it's risky for our family. My cousin took that risk. She ended up in hospital with blood clot in her lungs. If her mother and aunt hadn't pestered her to get that chest pain checked out asap she would have died. If you're not sure about the pill there are always condoms.
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Posted 10/31/16 , edited 10/31/16

Ranwolf wrote:
Yeah cause there are absolutely no negative side effects to messing with hormonal levels at all..Nope 100% safe as can be.
But its fun to have a mixed breed when they get children... XP
and becoming one with my other side...
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Posted 10/31/16

GooseMcDucks wrote:


Ranwolf wrote:
Yeah cause there are absolutely no negative side effects to messing with hormonal levels at all..Nope 100% safe as can be.
But its fun to have a mixed breed when they get children afterwards... XP


Look we already have that, it's called the South. It ain't working for the Yanks why would it work for anyone else?
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It really depends on where you live too. For women can be insanely hard and expensive to get birth control, so in those states I think the guy should step up and buy contraceptives. Birth control pills I believe are 99.9% effective but if you can't get to those reasonably I think a male one of 96% and using a condom that shouldn't be much of an issue.
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Posted 10/31/16

GooseMcDucks wrote:


Minsc wrote:
In strict terms of birth control, there's nothing safer.
Take me to venus then...



Do what you will.
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In strict terms of birth control, there's nothing safer.


Pressuring abstinence promotes the opposite, as history has shown. Turning everyone into a sexually frustrated Victorian is probably not the best idea.
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Posted 10/31/16 , edited 10/31/16

ClothStatue wrote:


In strict terms of birth control, there's nothing safer.


Pressuring abstinence promotes the opposite, as history has shown. Turning everyone into a sexually frustrated Victorian is probably not the best idea.


I don't know about that, have you seen the erotica that came out of the Victorian period? Pretty damn good stuff, plus sex after being denied and frustrated is also damn good stuff.
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Ranwolf wrote:
I don't know about that, have you seen the erotica that came out of the Victorian period? Pretty damn good stuff, plus sex after being denied and frustrated is also damn good stuff.


I chocked. Last past is absolutely true though.




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Posted 10/31/16

PrinceJudar wrote:


Ranwolf wrote:
I don't know about that, have you seen the erotica that came out of the Victorian period? Pretty damn good stuff, plus sex after being denied and frustrated is also damn good stuff.


I chocked. Last past is absolutely true though.






See the above knows what it's all about.
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Posted 10/31/16
As soon as it said Mood swings, I have to pass on it. I used to take Advair for my asthma when I was younger and that also caused mood swings Not fun at all. I'll just stick with condoms.
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Posted 10/31/16

ClothStatue wrote:


In strict terms of birth control, there's nothing safer.


Pressuring abstinence promotes the opposite, as history has shown. Turning everyone into a sexually frustrated Victorian is probably not the best idea.


That presumes abstinence is pressured. I leave open the idea that if a person willingly gives up sex and is not pressured to do so that they will experience no frustration.
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