HIV, herpes, chlamydia, and gonorrhea—these are just some of the diseases you could get when you sleep with someone who is STI positive. Now we ask, would you really risk your health in the name of love(making)? An article in The Daily Mail states, “Exposing yourself to the risk of contracting an STI is never advisable. If you really like a person, wait until their condition is treated properly before venturing into a sexual relationship with them.”
2. An Addiction Problem
While occasionally getting drunk AF with your partner is incredibly fun (especially with the crazy, wild sex that always comes after), dating an alcoholic is a completely different story. Same goes if he's addicted to drugs, porn, gaming, and anything else! Aside from always having to share his attention with his favorite bottle of rum or his PC, XBox, or PS4, it’s likely you’d also have to put up with his drunken outbursts, jealousy, and paranoia. If it's a real addiction, don’t ever think you can change him, girl, and ask him to get help! You’re no rehab!
3. Sexual Incompatibility
Gone are the days when love is the only factor to consider when entering a serious relationship. Now, there’s also sexual compatibility to think of (a.k.a. how satisfied he leaves you in the bedroom and how in sync your carnal desires are). According to The Daily Mail, lack of sexual chemistry can single-handedly destroy a relationship, and we couldn’t agree more! Can you just imagine life without orgasms and raw, passionate lovemaking? Boring, right?!
4. Safe Sex
Everyone’s after a pleasurable sexual experience. That’s why using contraceptives, such as condoms, can sometimes spark arguments between couples. The rule here, CGs, is simple: Don’t let anyone force you to do something against your will—like having unprotected sex. Talk to your man about it, or better yet, find a condom he wouldn’t necessarily hate.
We’re sure your beau will love the Okamoto 0.03 Platinum. It boasts of its 0.03mm thinness (ordinary condoms are around 0.06mm) and is made of Sheerlon, which is softer and silkier compared to ordinary latex.