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AIDS: Condoms don’t work!

In my humble opinion, the preaching of the use of condoms doesn’t stop HIV from spreading. (Condoms aren’t foolproof, anyway.)  People for many reasons don’t always use a condom.  Here are a few situations:

*Oral Sex:  This is debatable, but I believe that most people who engage in oral sex do so without a condom.

*Two people in a “monogamous” relationship:  At some point in their relationship a couple will not feel the need to wear one anymore.  They are comfortable with one another and trust each other so they don’t feel the need to use a condom anymore.

*Thrill seekers:  There are people that just don’t like the way a condom feels, so they don’t use them very often.  It gives them more of a “high” to not wear one.

*Stubborn: some people just won’t use them or are two lazy to even try.

So although condoms are plentiful and you can get them anywhere, eventually folk stop using them for a variety of reasons.  I am not even considering the fact that condoms aren’t foolproof and people can still catch diseases.  If it is out of a sinful and rebellious lifestyle that people have promiscuous sex, what makes us think that people won’t rebel against anything that controls or inhibits them — like a condom every?

Do you know of any more reasons why people don’t use them?

  1. shakeyda
    March 13, 2009 at 10:47 pm

    who ever dont use they nasty as hell and being thirsty

    • March 25, 2009 at 6:11 pm

      Well, they might be! But apparently a lot of people don’t use them…

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