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cannavaro
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Hi, my friend and I lost our virginity last week. I respect her decision to have a safe sex. We usually move on slow till I cum inside my condom. The feeling was nice. I plan to have sex again, but this time without condom.

Just a little nervous as I'm unsure what was the 'feel' when you have sex without condom?Please do share with me what/how do you feel when you insert your penis inside vagina without condom? Thanks for your feedback.

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Heather
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Do you mean with her? Is she okay with going without condoms?

While it's fine for anyone with a penis who wants to post about how (and if) intercourse with and without condoms feel to them, know that what you're probably going to hear back is going to boil down to "It just feels different." Most studies on this done with those who are regular condoms users show men reporting that it "just feels different," not better or worse, just different.

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cannavaro
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Yes. With her. She is okay. I'm just worried due to my penis is circumcised. My foreskin will pull it down and is painful sometimes.
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OWL Dan
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I am glad to hear that she is okay with this. It is very important that you are in agreement with anything you do.
As a male, I will agree that there is a difference between wearing a condom and going natural. Speaking from my own experience only, I feel a difference in physical sensations and sensitivity towards ‘building’ towards climax. I can not say that wearing or not wearing a condom feels better than the other; they both have their good points. I will also add that my opinion of these differences changed over time too.
I want to also remind you that physical feelings are only part of the experience! Where you are in your emotional feelings and thoughts are even a bigger part.

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cannavaro
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I had sex with her. It was different compare with condom on. I got to feel the inner part of her. Is warm and wet. The sensations was great.
But as what I said, my circumcised penis somehow make it so painful for me. My foreskin kept pulling it down when I penetrating her. I think my sperm did came inside her before I managed to withdraw fully. Thank god she had her period came yesterday. Would she still get pregnant? Pls advice. Hope is a good news.

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Is she on bc?
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September
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If she has gotten her period since, she's not pregnant.

However, unprotected sex has a high risk of pregnancy, and if you do not wish to become pregnant you should look into reliable birth control.

You'll also want to keep in mind that unprotected sex does also pose STI risks, so if you two haven't been tested, you'll want to get caught up on that.

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OWL Dan
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cannavaro,
You have said that you have had a painful experience more than once when your foreskin gets pulled down and not just this time, correct? If this is true, it is not that uncommon. It sounds like your foreskin may be too tight and you might want to talk with your Dr. or healthcare provider. There are things they can suggest to help you. Don’t be worried about it, as I said, there are many men with the same natural condition! By the way, if your foreskin is intact /covers the head of your penis then you are un-circumcised.
Both of you should look into the several forms of more reliable birth control, as Joey suggested, even if you plan on using condoms in the future. It is better to be safe instead of being worried.

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