That being said, saying you don't want to have kids, as this man said to you, and then having sexual relations and not wearing a condom, doesn't constitute wanting to have a baby or catch a sexually transmitted disease either.
In a 2001 study of youths ages 15 to 21, researchers found 33 to 50 percent of youth said it was important for the condom to fit tightly, leaving no air space at the tip, and that petroleum jelly, such as Vaseline, is a good lubricant.
The group Advocates for Youth recommends young women always keep ECPs on hand (in advance) so they can be used as soon as possible following unprotected sex, such as when a condom breaks during sexual intercourse.
Using expired condoms, having intercourse for any length of time before putting on a condom, or using petroleum jelly as a lubricant are all ways to decrease the effectiveness of condoms at preventing pregnancy.
While there are a few important tips to remember, if you know how to put on a condom and use it appropriately, condoms are a very effective method of preventing both pregnancy and sexual transmitted infection.
Only 40 percent of young adults between 18 and 21 years of age used a condom during their most recent sexual encounter, and 45 percent of these individuals have already had more than three sexual partners.
The condom is the only form of birth control that also protects against sexually transmitted diseases, including human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) that causes acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS).
While you can't make a man wear a condom to protect you, you have the power to refuse to have sexual relations with a man who isn't willing to protect you from an unwanted pregnancy or contracting STDs!
The condom is a popular choice for many men because it serves two purposes--it is effective in preventing pregnancies and is effective in preventing the spread of sexually transmitted diseases.
MONTLUC (or MoNLuc), [[Blaise De Lassaran-Massencome, Seigneur De]] (c. 1 5 02 - 1 577), marshal of France, was born about 1502, at the family seat near Condom in the modern department of Gers.