AND WHAT THEY ARE DOING INSTEAD?

The Oxford dictionary defines sex as a contact between individuals involving penetration, especially the insertion of a man’s erect penis into a woman’s vagina, typically culminating in orgasm and the ejaculation of semen. The existence and procreation of man is soley dependent on sex to a large extent. In some ethnicity, sex is regarded as a religion. With the rapid growth or massive development of mankind, the world becoming a global village and it still yearns for more. It is understandable that the earth population would increase with free grant of procreation by God. this along with the inflow of certain unwanted add-on

History would tell us that condoms have been in use right from the early 16th century, 1642 to be precise, made from animal membrane. Condoms whetherwe like it or not have played major role in man’s population trajectory. Majorly considered to be the answer to STDs rampages and child concieving preventive. Its a known fact that condoms

have come to stay even though its already clocking its over 450th year stay with Now, the question is why have people stopped using condoms and what are they doing now. Funny i am not a sex pro but i think its an important question, afterall information is power. I asked my doctor and he could only give me answers based on what his patients complained

about. Top on the list is: condoms take out the pleasure in sexual intercouse, burning sensaton on any area of exposed skin, the sudden appearance of rash or hives, itching, blisters, and – in some cases- even anaphylaxis, which can lead to death. All of these are associated with latex condoms mostly.
Over the years, series of alternatives have been introduced to take condom  out of the picture and even condom manufacturers have sort ways to improve on their product. Likes of synthetic and skin condoms have been made and yet people are still not adapting, added is the fact that users (mostly females) claim that it makes them dry up quickly . i would say people would only wear condoms this days for the fear of STDs as publicity for birth control pills have taken the center stage.
Birth control pills are no saints either, reports and research claims are that it kills sexual drive when taken by women and men. Yes! men have birth control pills too and some go as far as doing a vasectomy, a procedure where a man’s vas deferens is sealed or tied to inhibit sperm from leaving the man’s seminal stream.
This is a kind of surgery that is usually done in medical clinics or doctor’s office and lasts up to 30 minutes. My conclusion would be that people have noted that condoms are not so user friendly and as such abstinence is recommended. I would advice, though a good number of people are doing so. Is to do a thorough body, blood system check and stick with a partner. Also implore the “pullout” method, an act of withdrawing from the female when about to cum.

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