Who is responsible for contraception?

I have often experienced in my life that men don't want to wear condoms

My *censored* - my rules!

Recently, however, I had the experience that the guy said "it's your job to buy condoms".

What is your opinion - who should take care of contraception?

It's about pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases

I think you should talk about it beforehand and that both of you are responsible.
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  • What kind of trash-ass 'man' said buying condoms was solely the responsibility of the woman? I hope against hope you didn't end up letting his backwards thinking 'man of the house' dick inside your body. If a guy told me it was my job to get the condoms, I think I'd have to slap him. And I would tell him to get the f out until he not only purchased condoms for us, but enough condoms to donate to the local sexual health clinic.

    Seriously, I hate those men who complain and whine about every little thing, make any woman in their lives do the brunt work, then make up reasons to be mad or upset, just so people will pay attention to them. Pathetic.

    A real human goes out and gets the ish needed to stay healthy and safe. If a dude really cares, he'd pick up his own shit. It's not difficult; it's literally a box filled with rubbers that go on the guy's dick before he's allowed in your pussy. Once he's inside of you, he gets a few minutes of some amazing feelings before he's already shooting that load directly into the condom, being careful to gently remove both his softening dick and the condom filled with cum from your pussy so that you 1) don't get an STD, and 2) don't get pregnant, and 3) don't have to go through the insanity of trying to find an abortion if you happen to live in any of a number of backwards, human-rights-denying areas where abortions are now illegal.

    Anyway- men, get your shit together!

    • Wow thank you! For your really great opinion. It hits the nail on the head. Some opinions that others have written are medieval. Thank you for your effort to write this really great post!!!

    • Lots of guys consider it completely the woman’s fault if she gets pregnant. Then they get mad they have to help support a kid they cocreated.

    • the same men who chose it was women's responsibilty to be protected whick make up %20 of the voters.🤣🤣

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  • both are... both SHOULD be responsible

    any person, man or woman, that says... " it is YOUR job to be responsible"

    that's the reddest and the flaggest of the red flags, ever... period

    • definitely reason to dump.

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  • It is our responsibility to respect the other partners wishes. If one wants protection, it's no one else who has a say. Respect them.

  • I would say both. It never hurts for women to have condoms just in case, but it's better if the guy buys them since he knows what size he needs. And the woman might know what birth control works best for her & her body.

  • Both are responsible. If they don't know each other well and are concerned about STDs, he should wear a condom or, better yet, they should both get checked for STDs before having sex.

    If they are STD free and they don't want to start a family, they need contraception.
    She needs to be on birth control.

    I wouldn't bother being in a relationship of having sex with a woman who wasn't on some form of birth control because sex with a condom sucks. It is only partial sex.

    The nerve endings on each other's skin can't feel the skin on skin sensations. Think about what you can feel with your fingers if you are wearing surgical gloves. Could you feel smooth, soft skin or fur when stroking it?
    And the man can't feel her juice on his skin, which is one of the most delicious things about sex.
    And she can't experience him cumming inside her.

    So condoms are for people who prefer sterile, unjuicy sex.

    I think people who habitually used condoms are clueless about sex.

    In the end, I think pregnancy is her responsibility. As far as I'm concerned, she can get on birth control or do without sex.

    Every girlfriend I ever had, from the time I was 16, was on the pill. It didn't cause any side effects. Their bodies functioned normally. We had lots and lots of ecstatic, joyous, unbridled, messy sex. I estimate that I've came inside women well over 5000 times with never a pregnancy scare.

    So yes, contraception is both people's responsibility. A guy shouldn't fuck a woman who won't take responsibility for her body and get on birth control. Plus, not being on birth control indicates that she is lousy at sex.

  • In ideal world both what means learning about available methods and making a decision.

    In the real world it depends on the type of relationship. If it's a hookup, the condom is a must if both partners don't want to catch something nasty.

    In more stable relationship its mostly who cares more :D

    My close male friend doesn’t want to have kids with his current partner, so he uses condoms even if his girlfriend is on birth control 🤣

    I'm a fan of talking things out. But still some rules apply. If you don't know your partner good enough, it's better be safe than sorry. So on the very beginning of intimate relationship I would go with condoms even if I'm on birth control.

  • Anyone who is responsible and intelligent

  • Both people are responsible

  • Women should pay for and use consistently either the pill, ring, patch, shot, IUD, etc. Men should pay for male condoms. Combined you're pretty safe. With one or the other you're upping your risk so you better be OK with having children with that person. If you are fighting over price of contraception, you obviously don't want kids with that person.

  • Woman unless she is a fool. Men aren't going to be the one carrying around a baby for 9 months

    • @alicem611 well done!

    • @MasterKS I'm not saying men don't have any responsibility but their lifes won't be effected the same way

    • @alicem611 Its the truth!

  • 1, most of my gals provided those so i didn't open mine.

    2, the question is absurd. "men don't want to wear condoms" you at health risk. separate and go homes.

    3, "guy said "it's your job to buy condoms" separate and go homes. find someone who can "afford" a pack.

    • what is "both" mean? in this instance? each pay half?

  • woman

    think about it you are the gender who risks getting pregnant not us.

  • It's the girl who's going to get the most problems from becoming pregnant. Not saying a guy should but he can just walk away and not deal with any of it. But the girl she has to deal with everything unless she finds an abortion no bother.
    So I would say the girl has more to risk and lose from it therefore they would be the ones to be far more concerned about it.

    If the guy ain't concerned it's because he knows he don't have to deal with the consequences. If the girl ain't concerned then... well I don't know even know what to say to that maybe it's a trap? Lol. But that trap ain't gonna work if the guy runs off.

    So both should care but only the girl is going to get the major consequences so from that you would hope she's very adamant and ready to stop herself getting pregnant.

  • umm, i think that particular guys is what we could call "special". but i mean, the pill is more effective with pregnancy, right? both people are responsible, but it's kind of petty to talk about the price of condoms etc lol

  • both are responsible but lets be real if one is concerned about pregnancy or stds then the best option is to not engage in sex outside of a committed relationship

  • The woman is ultimately responsible for contraception... it's her body that's gonna pay the price.

    Having said that, the guy should provide his own condoms. It also makes sense for the girl to have a small condom supply, just in case.

  • I've said both but in reality I am not going to trust a woman. A lot of guys are tricked into being a father and get slaughtered in the divorce.

  • I agree with you

  • Whichever one doesn't wanna have a kid.

  • Obviously, the correct answer is both.

  • It takes two to tango 👍🙂

  • I always had condoms

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