Discussion in 'The ARRSE Hole' started by candyfloss, Oct 25, 2007.

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  1. Yes ALWAYS, Im a True Rubber Lover

  2. No never, it spoils the sensations, mood, climax

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  3. It depends on the partner/level of alcohol

  1. Asking for a bit of advise and no its not about an itch Ive got so keep your home remedies to yourself, Recently in BFG they spent a fortune, no doubt , on producing sachets of Showergel promoting safe sex, personally I thought the majority of the lads probably used as lubricant missing the small print saying showergel, to spread the awareness of Safe Sex. Need some ideas how we can successfully promote SAFE sex instead of us all enduring powerpoint presentations showing us scabby bits of peoples anatomy which is obviously not promoting the use of Condoms.
  2. How about the RAMC stagging on outside pubs/clubs with a big box of rubbers, dishing them out as you leave with your bride (of frankenstien) for the night
  3. The freaky picture shows don't work?

    How do you know?

    It is highly likely that the real reason that STIs are still high, is taht they are generally connected with one off, drunken sex. When the guys/girls brains aren't quite firing on all cylinders.

    Short of the Guard Commander ensuring all blokes are masked up prior to leaving camp, there is not a great deal you can do.
  4. I would if i had sex with non long term
  5. But it does show the consequences of not using a condom.

    Welcome to my world,

    .....if you do come up with a proven health promotion tool which does make individuals use condoms then let me know, because there is nothing out there presently that works. Mainly because we start sex ed far too late in life, catch them early in primary school introduce sex ed slowly & gently & it will be come the norm.

    However this PC country pandas to minority moaners which influence what goes on in schools so by the time they get the information its already taboo to discuss & to bl00by late because they have got there leg over already adding to teen pregnancy rates (highest in Europe) & STI rates, (1 in 10, 16 to 26 yr old with Chlamydia).

    Rant over.