Excuses Junubi guys will give you for not wearing a condom

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For some reasons, there are dudes (Especially the “Zol Kebir” type of dudes) in Juba who seem to have a personal grudge against condoms. I don’t know, I guess they just like doing it ‘live and direct’ forgetting getting girls pregnant and spreading STDs. There really no reason I can think of as to why a guy, or any person for that matter, wouldn’t want to wear a condom during sex.

Condoms are completely necessary in prevent after sex regrets, especially if you’re having casual sex. We’re all reminded of this all the time, yet guys out there are still constantly making excuses as to why they can’t wear a condom. Honestly, it’s annoying, not to mention repetitive. And no matter which of these excuses you hear, I can almost guarantee that it’s a lie and something you shouldn’t listen to.

So, to warn you, here are some excuses a Junubi guy will give for not wearing a condom. We’re calling its bullshits – and you should too.

1. I Can’t Feel Anything with A Condom On
Yes he can. There is even a study that says he’s lying. You can absolutely still feel sex with a condom on – and it feels good. Plus, won’t it feel better if you know you don’t have to worry about stuff? This is probably the most common excuse and also… a lie. Don’t fall for it.

2. I’ll Pull Out, I Swear
LOL OKAY. Hold on a second, I’m laughing too hard to write. Okay, I’m back. First of all, pulling out is not in any way, shape or form a method of birth control. Second of all, have we ever heard of this thing called pre-ejaculate fluid? It’s when a tiny amount of semen comes out before the, uh, big finish and it can get you pregnant. Third, pulling out does nothing to protect you against diseases. Lastly, I bet that the majority of the time, he will “forget” to technically pull out.

3. But I Never Use Condoms And It’s Always Been Okay
See the expression on your face? That should be how you look at him when that sharmoota of a guy says this to you. How do you think “I’ve never used one” is going to convince a girl not to use one? Oh, you’ve NEVER used one? So you’ve had unprotected sex with other girls? Okay cool, I’m down with that… Get the Hell out of here!!!

4. I’m Clean, I’ve Been Tested
Do you know for a fact he’s been tested? Did he show you results? Did he tell you about his trip to the doctor? When exactly was he tested? Was he with anyone after that? This statement alone is way too vague to be taken seriously. It’s easy to lie about this in the heat of a moment… you need to be absolutely sure before you take his word for it. Even then – you can still get pregnant!

5. You’re On The Pill, It’s Fine
Uh, no, it’s not. Birth control pills will only protect you against getting pregnant. If this dude has an STD or something, you’ll still get it. So, not fine.

6. I Don’t Have One Right Now
Okay? There’s this thing called the drugstore, where you can go and buy condoms almost any time you want! Have you ever heard of it?

7. They ALWAYS Break Anyway
Nice try, but no they don’t. If you use them right, a condom won’t break. I mean, yeah, sometimes it happens, but that’s a ridiculous way of looking at anything.

8. I’m Allergic
Suuuure you are. Yes, it’s completely possible to be allergic to latex condoms, but it’s also possible that he’s lying because only about 1 percent of the population is. And if he really is allergic? You can be like, “Oh, to latex? Cool, there are other kinds of condoms you can still use, like polyurethane ones.” BAM!!!.

9. You Don’t Trust Me?
Ooooh, this is a sneaky and manipulative one. This guy is trying to guilt you into having sex with him without a condom. Moral of the story? Don’t have sex with him at all.

10. Condoms Don’t Fit Me
Oh honey, no. I promise you that your guy’s long John isn’t so big that any kind of condom can’t fit him. There are these things called Magnums and they’re available basically everywhere, so… I’m sure his manhood can handle it.

11. I Haven’t Had Sex In SO Long, It’s Fine
It doesn’t matter if he’s gone three weeks or three years in the frontline or field work without having sex – he could still be carrying STDs or STIs. Oh and did I mention that having a dry spell doesn’t mean you can’t get a girl pregnant? Plus, this is SUCH a line.

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