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March 2024

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Featured Article

Rubber Out?

Why some guys balk when a woman who comes prepared with her own condoms—and why that attitude is so wrongheaded.

If there is one line that’s uttered during a casual fling with a sexy stranger to signal that all of the making out and heavy petting is about to progress to a no-holds-barred night of nookie, it’s, “Do you have a condom?” Yep, that’s when the man reaches into his pocket, the nightstand or wherever he keeps a dusty stash of prophylactics, secure in the knowledge that fucking is about to commence. 

On occasion, however, the man comes ill-prepared for the prospect of porking. She might be wet and ready, but there’s not a single condom in the house, not even one in his wallet from 1989, forcing him to confess to not having the proper equipment to make the steamy sexual rendezvous a reality. It would seem the night is over.

Yet sometimes, just as the man’s diddle stick is on the droop-down, from out of nowhere, the woman declares, “That’s okay, I have one right here.” Although this proclamation should be considered a salvation’s wing for the sexually deprived male, those words have instead been known to inflict men with a case of erectile dysfunction. As silly as it may sound, some guys are actually turned off by women who carry around male contraceptives. Her ability to pull a raincoat out of her purse like a rabbit out of a hat is not a well-received magic trick. Even in situations where the unprepared pecker has no choice but to inquire as to whether his female conquest has a condom that he can use, their reaction is often negative if it turns out she can oblige.

“This has happened to me—a man asking me why I have condoms. I’ve actually had a guy go limp trying to make sense of it instead of, I don’t know, having sex. In my experience, men don’t always come ready to use one, but I always do.”

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