@Snip! – some people actually do, my boyfriend didn’t like the “feeling” of it. As long as you don’t leave it out longer than 2 hours, you’re perfectly fine – even says so in the literature! The fact that she thinks its NECESSARY though is kinda disturbing.
Condoms are awful, seriously. Everyone likes to pretend that they’re a handy, easy method of birth control, but they’re not. They’re awkward and stupid and kill the mood. The only good reason to use them is if you’re having sex with lots of different people and you don’t trust their histories.
@Boz: Or if you don’t want to get diseases. I see your point, and I guess it’s different for the guys, but women can get HPV (that thing that’s causing all those annoying commercials with women and their daughters and they don’t actually ever explain what it is). Something like guys are the carriers (and a TON are) and aren’t affected by it, but spread it to women.
I don’t know about where Pamela comes from, but here in Canada, we need to see a doctor AND a pharmacist before we can even get it. NO EXCUSES TO NOT KNOW WHAT YOU’RE DOING!
I call attention whore! (Although that’s probably common knowledge.)
PS. The only useful comment was from Joubin. I really hope, for comedy’s sake, that Joubin is a guy.
Why is Britain the only country that seems to know about the implant?
People I speak to from every other country have never heard of it.
It gets injected into your upper arm, feels like a hairclip and stays there for 3 years. No interruption with sex, and you can just forget about it for 3 whole years! (Although it is recommended you check it’s still in place every so often) My boyfriend also dislikes the feeling of it, but I must say he doesn’t have much cause to touch the inside of my upper left arm all that often, so it’s hardly a problem.
The implant is every where, it was developed in Europe and has been available in Australia for the last 10 years or so.
I have it, I have had it for the last 6 years. The fact that you think that you are the only one who has heard of it just shows that you’re not talking to people who give a shit about it.
these kids are talking about Nuvaring, maybe because it’s a less intrusive way of contraception or the fact that they don’t want a piece of plastic under their skin.
so yeah. Britain isn’t actually in front with it or anything, it’s just Implanon wasn’t the topic of conversation.
This post makes me extremely happy. Not only are these girls less likely to dilute the gene pool with their distorted seed, but they’re incidentally more likely to die of a suppurating STI, oozing pus. From the pus.
Its not the size of a quarter, I have one in right now…its like 2-3 inches around or so.
Mine got caught on my bf’s…member..and we didn’t realize it had happened until a week later when I went to take it out and it wasn’t there. I found it under the bed a month later, still have no clue how it ended up *there*. Had a preg scare as a result tho, cause I don’t check for it everyday so there was some unintentionally unprotected doin’-it during that week it wasn’t in. You don’t feel it at all when it’s in (or out, obv).
Sorry, I know that was TMI but it was on topic, after all, lol.
I actually feel that education is not something that should be limited, no matter the topic. If someone doesn’t know, I would tell them. AT LEAST she’s trying to do something instead of continuing to heavily populate the globe as some others are…cuz they just don’t care.
I use Nuvaring && it’s never gotten stuck lol[that had me ROLLIN]….they must not be as blessed in that department as my bf.
It’s not that she’s trying to keep the global population low because she’s concerned about conceiving a child in a harsh environment and worrying about all financial, emotional and physical considerations that come along with it.
She just wants to get laid :\