During one of our sexual relation, my girlfriend said that she wanted to feel me without condom (we always wear one) I was relunctant about that idea but thrilled and intrigued to see how it feels but she said right after that it was dangerous and might get pregnant. But after some thought i said, what if i just enter you, without ejaculating, the day after your period ends. And now, at this time of night, almost a week after i said that to her im wondering if irs still dangerous as an idea. We both know unprotected sex is dangerous but we both want to know the "raw" feeling. And so my clear question is: Is it safe for me to penetrate my girlfriend 1-2 days after her period ends and just stay there without ejaculating? Thanks a lot for you answer.
The only way to have safe sex is with barriers.
If we are talking about STD's, barriers are the only way to prevent them. I can understand both of you wanting to try the "raw" feeling as you said, but I think you should make that choice well informed.
As per birth control, everytime we have direct genital-to-genital contact there is a risk. If you don't ejaculate then the risk is lower, but there is still a risk. Having unprotected sex two days before or after your partner's period doesn't change much. To have more accurate information about that your partner must chart their cycles.
I'm going to leave you this link that might be helpful.
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