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my bf and i were going to buy condoms on saturday and whie my dad was gone we took a shower. in place of the condom for someething, not sex, he used a latex glove. To be safe because we hadnt left to buy the condoms yet. was our improvisation allright? we dont plan on doing it again because I am registered to so i can get them any time i need fer no price. Plus he starts his job soon so he can buy them. Just tell me if you think what we did waas ok because his penis was coverd, in the same way. thanks, appreciate your help and sorry if i am postingtoo much I know you want to save bandwidth.
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Originally posted by ButtercupSweetheart:
in place of the condom for someething, not sex, he used a latex glove.

What exactly were you using this latex glove for? "Not sex" can mean different things to different people, so it's hard to answer your question if we don't know what act you were talking about. A latex glove is affective for manual sex, or oral sex on a woman if you cut it up in a certain way. It is not affective for intercourse, because it couldn't really be put on a penis in a useful and sustainable way.

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Just buy the condoms. Getting stuff for free is great, but if you're dealing with something you need *now*, it can provide you with a mental excuse to put off something really important, and that just ain't okay.


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