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and while we practiced this act, he made sure that it never came of or anything and that it stayed on the entire time. finally when it came to the taking the improvised off he made sure it was away from me, so to be safe.
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no no no, a latex glove is not appropriate for use in place of a condom! they don't stay on well and they don't seal the penis.

so **PLEASE** hold off on sex until you can actually buy real, quality condoms and water-based lubricant. Sex is something you simply cannot cut corners on!

"Things are only fragile till they break."

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