People Are Sharing The Most Ridiculous Responses Men Had After Being Asked To Wear A Condom, And They Clearly Need To Go Back To Sex Ed

Internet, meet Chloe Burns, a 26-year-old nursing student who has recently connected with many as she lamented the annoyances of modern dating — especially when it comes to sex.
In a world of Tinder, Grindr, and Bumble, it's no secret that some people embark on the search for a life partner (or partners), while others prioritize the purely physical connection. Either is fine as long as everyone is a consenting adult, but the dynamic can quickly become strained if everyone isn't on the same page about using protection. Frustrated by such experiences in her past, Chloe shared the most toxic excuses men have used when asking them to wear a condom, including...
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... "Aren't you on the pill?" ...
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As a reminder, while birth control pills are over 99 percent effective at preventing pregnancy when taken consistently, they do not protect against STDs and HIV. Condoms are currently the only birth control method that helps protect against STIs.
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..."Seriously? Most girls don't care."...
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As a reminder, approximately 99 percent of sexually active women between the ages of 15 and 44 have used some form of birth control in their lifetime, so the above apology is incorrect.
..."Can you just take plan B tomorrow?"...
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Reminder: Although Plan B is generally considered safe to use, its side effects include increased menstrual bleeding, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, fatigue, headache, and it does not protect against sexually transmitted diseases.
Also, many Plan B brands have weight restrictions starting at around 165 pounds, which means they may not work at all for that person.
..."No."...
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Reminder: Sexual partners should never try to force someone not to use a condom.
..."But I was tested three years ago."...
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As a reminder, the CDC recommends that sexually active people get tested at least once a year.
... "I'm allergic to them." ...
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As a reminder, some people are indeed allergic to latex condoms, but there are many alternative condoms on the market.
... "Then I'll look for someone else." ...
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Reminder: Honestly, this is probably for the best.
..."Then we'll just do it from behind."...
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Reminder: Unprotected anal sex carries a high risk of contracting an STI, reports Planned Parenthood.
Over 22.8 million people have watched Chloe's two-part video series on the quotes, and her comment sections are full of people who have had similar experiences. One met with resistance in the form of the common “I'm too tall” excuse.
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Another viewed "I promise to retire in time" as an immediate red flag.
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According to the Mayo Clinic, sperm can leak into the pre-ejaculate, making the extraction method insufficient to prevent pregnancy.
This person encountered an ominous "Never have and never will."
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And that person was told, "I am barren." I don't need to remind everyone that STDs exist.
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"No, I hardly feel anything with one." This myth has been debunked several times when a doctor told Teen Vogue, "People who use condoms find their sexual experiences to be just as pleasurable as those who don't."
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A man asked this person, "Don't you trust me?" This is a form of emotional manipulation defined by moments when a partner makes you feel pressured or uncomfortable after you say no.
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Another guy tried a "compromise" by saying he would wear a condom for some intercourse, but not all. (Again, STIs ARE REAL, PEOPLE. Plus, “no” means no.)
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This guy seemed to forget that an unplanned pregnancy would destroy the mood more than it would protect.
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And finally, this guy claimed he's "never been asked that before." Which either means he regularly has unprotected sex and there should be a higher level of concern about STDs, or he's a liar. Both are wrong.
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Reflecting on her past experiences and the experiences reflected in the comments, Chloe told BuzzFeed, "What worries me most is not the fact that people are having unprotected sex, but the lack of education about it. I came With so many people believing that a condom only protects against pregnancy, STDs aren't even a thought."
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"I've come across people who think all STDs have a quick fix and say they're nothing serious to worry about," she continued. "It is of serious concern that people do not want to protect themselves, let alone their partners, from such diseases. [And] it worries me that sex is labeled a taboo subject and things like testing for sexually transmitted diseases are shamed or frowned upon when it should be encouraged more."
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And for those finding themselves in those awkward situations, Chloe offered this advice: "Hold on, don't let anyone force you into doing anything you're not comfortable with. It can be difficult and uncomfortable, but it will be more difficult for you later, when you give in to such situations and end up pregnant, have an STD, or when you realize you've given yourself to a man who obviously doesn't care about you cares or respects you — even if he seems like he does.
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If you're wondering how to talk to a partner about using a condom, Planned Parenthood created this resource. And any remaining questions you have about STIs may have been answered here.
If you or someone you know has experienced sexual assault, you can call the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-HOPE, which will direct the caller to the nearest sexual assault service provider. You can also search for your local center here.

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