At what point in a relationship do you stop using condoms?

Do you always use a condom, or is there a point in every relationship where you trust them enough to go without?
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Most Helpful Guys

  • Me and my ex didn't use condoms, because she told me she was on the pill, and was allergic to latex. I was in love and believed her, only to find out later she wasn't on the pill, was trying to trap me, and was sleeping with other guys with no condoms, and then slept with me with no condom. My point is you can never completly trust that the person you are sleeping with isn't doing something behind your back that can harm you...in your case STD's. So be very careful.

  • Probably earlier than I should. I prefer sex without condoms- it's just a whole different level of pleasure. I, however, NEVER EVER trust that a woman won't get pregnant, nor that she would not abort or what have you. So I basically take extreme precautions to not orgasm inside a woman. (Pump a few times, check the damage, repeat)

Most Helpful Girls

  • When I trust him and am sure we are in a monogamous, exclusive relationship, as well as after he has been tested for HIV/AIDS and STDs

    No specific amount of time. Whenever it works for the couple

  • Any time you want if you want to get pregnant or a disease I think that only stupid people stop (whilst not on birth control) using condoms, apart from if you want to get pregnant obviously :)

  • There is no exact time but yes, once trust is built between the two of you and you have come up with different method(s) to prevent a basinet then by all means.

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  • When I'm trying to make her pregnant. Then I'll stop using a condom. Until then, suit up.

  • When you feel that its right and that if you get pregnant you are ready to support a child

  • When you think you are ready to support a child.

    • hehe :) I like how a guy was the first one to put this!

  • Well if you know he is clean but Birth control isn't so great either. I know people who have never wore a condom and don't have stds or are pregnant but I suggest to always wear a condom.

  • When she's on the pill. Then I also pull out. 20 years, no rubbers no scares of any kind.

  • with my current boyfriend, he was a virgin when we first had sex, and he was sure he was clean, and I knew I was, so we don't use condoms- I am religious about the pill though!

  • There is a point where you trust them enough to not wear one( once you know they are clean and you're their only partner) but the other main point is pregnancy prevention. Get on birth control before you stop using condoms.

  • When you've both been tested, you know you're both faithful to each other, and you plan on using other birth control options.