A new BBC lover...safe sex?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by TomandAnn, Oct 10, 2015.

  1. TomandAnn

    TomandAnn Well-Known Member Gold Member

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    I have a new lover, a friend of my hubby. He is handsome, BBC and great lover. He assures us he is disease free and we trust him. Am I stupid or just a horny housewife? And did I say a nice BIG BC.
     
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  2. whitpussyhiter

    whitpussyhiter Active Member

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    Can't take a chance on your life
     
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  3. StanandDaniella

    StanandDaniella Active Member

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    Thank you ! 100% right !!
     
  4. Xtreme8100

    Xtreme8100 Member Real Person

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    A little stupid but a whole lotta horny! Play it safe.. ;)
     
  5. becontree2001uk

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    Ask for proof! A medical certificate with a recent date and stamp would surfice. Do not take chances.
     
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  6. South African BBC

    South African BBC Well-Known Member Gold Member

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    Remember the 3 month windows period even if he is negative. Should test again In 3 months to make sure he ain't got any hiv or other diseases. Best to use condoms You must always ask for proof. Never take sumones word for it that they clean
     
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  7. LynneC469

    LynneC469 Active Member

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    Don't gamble
     
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  8. MacNfries

    MacNfries Well-Known Member Sweet & Cordial Gold Member

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    Should we assume this new lover has promised you that you will be his "only" sex partner from now on? I doubt that ... so, what does your husband say you should do?
    I feel the same way as everyone, here, feels ... but if you really know the guy, and you know what to look for, with men you can often eliminate a lot of the std's ... chlamydia, herpes, etc. simply because their sexual organs are on the outside and more easily inspected. Personally, I worry more about the std's that there are no cures for, like herpes. If you, as a female, get herpes, your husband and you would never be able to have normal, unprotected sex again without putting him at risk of getting it, himself. Imagine how your relationship with your husband would change. And if you are wanting to have children, it puts the new baby at risk if vaginally delivered.
    Statistics for disease control say that one in five sexually active people between age 16-35 have or have had some form of std ... that's a bit scary.
     
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  9. TopCat

    TopCat Moderator Staff Member Real Person Gold Member

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    Lost a friend to AIDS when she believed her lover that he was disease free. While thinking about having unprotected sex, take a hard look at STD facts:

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    And, if there is any doubt or no evidence of STD testing (as stated earlier by South Africa BBC more than one test may be required, especially for HIV) then

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    Kidding aside, when you lose a friend to STD, you really pay more attention to the facts.
     
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  10. MILFSEEKERpgh

    MILFSEEKERpgh Active Member

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    Strap up....
    After 2 years me and my milf go bare.
     
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  11. bm_from_southjersey

    bm_from_southjersey Administrator Staff Member Real Person Gold Member

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    Temporary pleasure isn't worth the potential for a lifetime of medication, pain, and a possible death sentence.
     
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