When I asked her why she doesn't use a condom, she says that she can't get pregnant because he doesn't enter her but rather pokes her. Who is right? If any moisture gets through their underwear they are putting themselves at risk for pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases, or STD. It is possible -- not highly likely, but definitely possible -- to get pregnant this way if drops of semen or pre- ejaculate fluid containing sperm come in contact with the vagina. Sperm could swim up the cervix into the fallopian tubes, where it can stay alive up to six days.
In particular, I wanted to discuss how to dress for those moments between standing in nothing but your boxers and taking it all off for the hopefully big night with your lady. Same goes for your underwear on nights when you are hoping to get it on. Fortunately, if done the right way, your underwear can broadcast your desire rather than dampen the mood. He knew it was my favorite so every single time he wore them I knew he wanted to have sex. It was a very clear signal.
We've all heard it a million times: always pee after sex—to avoid a urinary tract infection UTI , gynecologists say. Okay, but what else should you do as you bask in the afterglow, and how exactly do these moves keep your vagina healthy? Here are four moves it's smart to do after sex.
Each new body part revealed seems like a revelation, a prize somehow. Other reasons to keep your clothes—at least some of them—on during sex: Remember how hot it was when you first met someone and you were making out forever, fully clothed and just sort of desperately pressing and rubbing against each other? And having just enough clothes off to get body parts to where they want to be makes sex feel spontaneous, like, We must do this NOW. Give some epic oral while keeping their underwear on or sorta on the entire time.