Using pull out as contraception?

Guys, why does the pull out method appeal so much as the only form of contraception to use?

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  • If it’s done right, it benefits the woman every bit as much if not even more so. One cannot place enough value or emphasis on good health. We know that any type of contraceptive that is pushed to women now days by pharmaceuticals that is hormonal based is not good for their body. In fact in many cases, hormonal based contraceptives and shots, can be very dangerous.

    For men, the pull out or withdrawal method is nice because he can still feel the inside of the woman is having vaginal intercourse with. A condom removes up to 90% of all feeling. The vagina feels amazing when it’s skin in skin. A condom feels numb.

    It’s also fun to see the end result of ejaculation. Women feel accomplished knowing they did that to him. It’s just a fun and connecting time witnessing each other’s body’s response and it’s also educational.

    The pullout method is highly effective and safe when it’s done correctly. Precum alone is medically proven to be sterile. The pullout has to be based on complete trust and the man must be trustworthy to do the following…

    1. Know his body well enough to be out and clear of the vaginal opening and vulva area before he hits the point of no return where ejaculation is eminent.

    2. The man must be responsible to shower and clean the whole shaft, pubic hair, sheath, glans head, and urinate in-between the first and second go at intercourse if a couple chooses to do it again and again in a long all nighter of passionate intimacy. A shower with soap and water as well as urinating will clean all the surfaces as well as wash out all remaining semen and kill remaining sperm due to the acidic nature of urine. It is then safe to penetrate again for another round of vaginal intercourse.

Most Helpful Guy

  • "Puling out" as a form of contraception is illusory.
    The male sexual arousal response involves 'pre-cum' leaking ejaculation,
    which contains every bit as much sperm as does his full wad.
    Statistically, by sheer numbers one in four copulation's in unprotected sex results in a fertilized Ovum.
    You're playing 'Russian roulette' with a four shot revolver and its only a matter of time til sperm and egg meet.

    Nature's rules: "The house statistically ALWAYS wins", and those who lose, most always try to flee the scene 'hit & run' leaving unfunded pregnant single mothers.

    Its been scientifically proven that sexual arousal results in immediate 'dumbing down' to the aware perception of the long-term consequences of copulation; its a species survival evolutionary adaptation.
    Our minds REALLY WANT those muscular convulsions and the feel-good 'candy' of Dopamine, Serotonin~ and Oxitocin

Most Helpful Girls

  • You know what they call people who use the pull out method?

    PARENTS!

  • Its easier then most other options out there

    • It’s easy, safe if done right, and can be very erotic for both to see the end result of love making and how amazing it feels being inside, enough to make the male body fire away.

    • @PositiveFlight yes especially if mixed with tracking fertility it'll works pretty good. I avoided pregnancy for a few years this way between my kids. Didn't want to go on birth control just to get off it again to have another

    • I 100% agree. And I like what you said about tracking fertility.

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  • Used it many years but made sure to pull out early, and not while already coming. Worked for us, your mileage may vary.

    • And never stick it back in after coming without peeing and full cleaning.

  • The withdrawal method of contraception has an extraordinarily high failure rate. It should not be considered as a means of contraception.

  • Its never failed my wife and I, but I do recommend that the guy be on top if you're doing this. Gotta be able to pull out at a moment's notice or you're flirting with disaster.

  • Don't do it. It does not work! Precum can have some sperm in it. Also sometimes a guy can't pull out in time as an orgasm hits him suddenly. Use condoms!

  • I don't think it appeals specifically on its own -- it's that there's no condom.

  • It's fairly easy to do. Just before the guy cums, he withdraws and shoots somewhere outside the vagina, thus preventing pregnancy. The flaw is that there is already enough sperm in the precum to make the girl pregnant, plus it's not always easy to pull out just before ejaculation. A slight miscalculation and all that sperm is headed straight for the uterus, looking for an egg to fertilize.

  • Well, it doesn't appeal as the only form. I was a slow starter and never had sexual intercourse until I was 19 with my 16 year old HS girlfriend. I had learned enough, and read enough to know that withdrawal was not very 'secure' as a BC method. I did use it a lot, and hardly ever or almost never wore a condom. With that said, I never did communicate too well with girlfriend's about their method of BC, and some may have been on BC pills, but the question never came up, and at times I did ejaculate in a first time sex session with a girl W/O asking if she was on the pill. Maybe just "dumb luck' on my part, but for the most part I did W/D and ejaculate on their stomach or on their thigh.

    I did, of course, know that there were very viable sperm in Pre-ejaculate lubricant (also known as precum) and just more or less, ignored that.

    As I said, maybe just 'dumb luck' on my part.

    Don't know if that is an answer you wanted.

  • Pulling out is very unreliable. Put short, semen gets into precum before ejaculation starts.

  • It’s not a reliable way to prevent pregnancy

  • usually the feeling of raw dick is different

    • How so?

    • u can dm me

    • Never felt the difference? If it’s one thing both men and women agree on it’s the fact that no condom _feels_ better for both.

  • It doesn't appeal as the only form. Not sure if your understanding the question you're asking is loaded.

  • Its a risk, depends on your mindset and situations.

    • What do you mean by that?

    • Well, I am not gonna say STD's as people already know. For suppose its the actual someone you want to have kids in future and you got money now for that, cool... I would go ahead.

  • Is never OK

  • You know how condoms have 99% effective rate? Pull out is like 50%. So name the baby after me.

  • you don't need to buy anything to use the pullout method, but later, when the baby is born, you will need to buy a LOT of stuff.

  • Pull out

  • It’s free and easy to use and will always be around because of that. It’s not the most reliable birth control but there are no health risks from hormones or lost sensation from condoms. There are always going to be people who use it.

    • It works very well if it’s done right. It’s healthy unlike hormonal birth control. And like you say, being able to feel each other when inside. And it can be fun and erotic as a visual of the end result of love making.

    • @PositiveFlight I think if we’re honest, most of us have used it at one time or another. Maybe not as everyday birth control but in certain situations. I can remember times when I inadvertently let my birth control lapse or I was on antibiotics and my boyfriend pulled out until the situation was corrected. There’s nothing wrong with it at all. You just have to understand the level of risk.

    • Absolutely, I agree