Is it okay to put my D in my gf's V w/o condom for the first few digs?

Sorry for the compressed question. My question is that if I'm having sex with my girlfriend then can I insert my penis for the first few times without condom during the sex ? Why I'm asking this is because I'm worried that she would get pregnant, and I don't want that..
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Thanks for the answers. Well the point why I asked this is because I wanted to try out how it feels without condom. But I guess then it's not okay to do experiments.
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  • Just to clarify some of the advice on here with actual science (statistics from Planned Parenthood and the CDC) regarding effectiveness of different types of birth control-

    The CDC calculates effectiveness rates based on perfect use, and what they consider "typical use," i.e., factoring in how frequently they think someone will incorrectly use the method.

    Condoms: 2% failure rate with perfect use; 18% failure rate with typical use

    Common problems with condoms leading to increased failure rates: Not leaving space at the tip for semen; using expired/damaged condoms; starting to put them on inside out; using oil-based lubricants with them; re-using them; not withdrawing the penis immediately after ejaculation.

    Birth Control Pills: 1% failure rate with perfect use; 9% failure rate with typical use

    Common problems with the pill leading to increased failure rates: Forgetting to take it regularly.

    Withdrawal (aka "pulling out"): 4% failure rate with perfect use; 27% failure rate with typical use

    Withdrawal is actually a fairly effective method when done correctly, the key is that it must be done correctly, and it's pretty obvious that a lot of people have a hard time (no pun intended) doing it. While there is a risk of impregnating someone through pre-cum (apparently a 4% risk), the bigger issue is that withdrawal requires a great amount of self-control and knowledge of one's exact sexual responses. More plainly put: your orgasm can sneak up on you sometimes, and even if you don't fully blast inside her, you can have some semen leaking out and going to work.

    Regardless of effectiveness rates, you should always use a condom unless you and your partner are monogamous, and have been tested for STIs after 6 months of being monogamous. You can be infected with things like HIV for up to 6 months before they show up on a test, so it's really never worth it to take the risk of unprotected sex until you know for sure.

  • Do you want to be sure she does not get pregnant? Then use a condom!

    Sure, The Pill works pretty well, but it is not perfect. Especially if she forgot to take her pill or something.

    It is possible that you get some sperm on your D even before the sex starts. And yes, that can make your girlfriend pregnant.

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  • Yes she could get pregnant. There's other options other than condoms. Spermicidal foams, the pill and many more.

    • Better not to rely on just one thing. If the semen never gets inside her, she can't get pregnant. Condoms for the first line of defense with the pill in case the condom leaks or breaks is better than just using one or the other.

    • My personal opinion is that the pill isn't the answer. I know the thing these days is to take a pill, get a chip, or UID but that's not for me. I think soon we are going to see a lot of side effects, cancer, infertility because of these things. They don't just stop pregnancy they change a woman's whole cycle if she even keeps a cycle. There have been so many long term horrible side effects in the animal studies. I'm not willing to risk it. I use spermicides and usually a condom too.

    • Copper IUDs. 10 years of protection, and about the best protection you can get. And when it comes out, she's super fertile for a bit. Downsides: heavier periods. Yeah, wear a condom. And don't get an STD either - not fun.

  • No. Wrap it up or don't put it in. The idea that she can't get pregnant the first time or two is so totally wrong.

  • Convince your Girlfriend to go on the pill, but use another form of contraception with it, like spermicide ect..

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  • If you don't want her to get pregnant then the obvious choice is to use a condom...

  • No it's not okay, and there is definitely the chance of your girlfriend getting pregnant with you doing this.

    DO NOT LISTEN TO ANYONE WHO TELLS YOU THIS IS OKAY! The odds might be low, but it CAN happen!

    If you don't want to use a condom, try talking to her about birth control pills.

  • How worried exactly Odds are decent that you'll be fine. However, there is often a drop or two of "precum" present at the top of the urethra while a man is aroused but well before ejaculation. This contains a semen. It's a relatively small amount but the possibility still exists that you could get her pregnant. Not to mention, having vaginal lubricant on your penis may reduce the effectiveness of the condom (increased possibility of slippage).

    Anecdotally, I'll admit I've done it a number of times with no pregnancy scares but if you want to be absolutely as safe as possible, I would just wear the condom from the beginning.

    • Excuse my many typos.

  • The standard advice is that its not safe.

    The most recent research is that its probably safer then people used to say as long as your control is good and you've washed yourself off since your last ejaculation.

    I wouldn't suggest it. If STDs aren't a concern but pregnancy is, stick with oral etc no condom and a condom for vaginal sex.

  • honestly there always a risk of inserting without protection. the chances are slim that you will get her pregnant btu there still is a risk of pregnancy and of course STD's...

  • If you don't want that, why take the risk? Don't be an idiot.

  • Condom, condom, condom, condom, condom, condom.

    NO FIRST DIGS EVER!

  • Never point a loaded gun.