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    Exclamation Primitave Contarcption

    What did our ancestors do, before the pill, condoms, IUD's etc, if they did not wish to get pregnant,

    Saying 'No' probably did not work either.

    I guess that the best solution was to get really good at both oral, and anal sex.

    AND the man would be happy................no pregnancy risk if she could satisfy his cim and anal needs.

    Nowadays, perhaps, the ladies are not as good at cim etc as they should be.

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    Firstly * primitive
    Secondly *contraception
    Believe half of what you see and none of what you hear

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    The tried and tested way pull out before you cum

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragonjay View Post
    The tried and tested way pull out before you cum
    And prove it by spreading it all over her breasts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bollocks View Post
    What did our ancestors do, before the pill, condoms, IUD's etc, if they did not wish to get pregnant,

    Saying 'No' probably did not work either.

    I guess that the best solution was to get really good at both oral, and anal sex.

    AND the man would be happy................no pregnancy risk if she could satisfy his cim and anal needs.

    Nowadays, perhaps, the ladies are not as good at cim etc as they should be.
    Behavioral methods involve regulating the timing or method of intercourse to prevent introduction of sperm into the female reproductive tract.

    The withdrawal method (also known as coitus interruptus) is the practice of ending intercourse ("pulling out") before ejaculation.

    Abstinence.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Birth_control

    Wikipedia is your friend.

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    I know this sounds stupid
    And I've read things that suggest there are only certain days to get pregnant and bla bla bla
    But a day or 2 after my girlfriends period we didn't use a condom and she told me she got pregnant except she miscarried.
    I thought this didn't happen.
    Now I'm afraid to go near her.
    I feel like a bit of an idiot asking but what she says doesn't add up with what I understand.
    Anyone know for sure?

    And yes I feel like I'm 15 again
    Last edited by TonyB; 22-05-16 at 23:16.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyB View Post
    I know this sounds stupid
    And I've read things that suggest there are only certain days to get pregnant and bla bla bla
    But a day or 2 after my girlfriends period we didn't use a condom and she told me she got pregnant except she miscarried.
    I thought this didn't happen.
    Now I'm afraid to go near her.
    I feel like a bit of an idiot asking but what she says doesn't add up with what I understand.
    Anyone know for sure?

    And yes I feel like I'm 15 again
    Not a clue mate I used to just stick it in when I'm told it's O.K.

    A lot of hassle later.........:

    "I'm on the pill."

    "Good for you!" Now wheres me rubbers!

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    I've done my family tree back several generations and my ancestors had on average 14 children surviving to adult age, with a number of stillbirths and deaths in childhood and mothers dying in childbirth. Don't think they used contraception. but there were some church rules about abstinence, sex wasn't allowed during lent or other days of fasting. There's a noticeable spike in births in January/Feb.
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    Obviously they used banana skins as early condoms. Duh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyB View Post
    I know this sounds stupid
    And I've read things that suggest there are only certain days to get pregnant and bla bla bla
    But a day or 2 after my girlfriends period we didn't use a condom and she told me she got pregnant except she miscarried.
    I thought this didn't happen.
    Now I'm afraid to go near her.
    I feel like a bit of an idiot asking but what she says doesn't add up with what I understand.
    Anyone know for sure?

    And yes I feel like I'm 15 again
    There are calculations for this stuff but only women understand it. I think there are about 2 days every month when a woman is ovulating and it comes at specific time every month when she can get pregnant. But if you have sex the day before and some of your swimmer's are still in there and alive it could happen especially with a stud like yourself.

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