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For Discussion: “Is It Ever Ok Not To Wear A Condom?”


In this dangerous day and age it seems that cheating has only grown more popular and rampant, despite the advances in AIDS research there is now super-gonorrhea and other STD’s to contend with. Most of those concerns seem to go out the window especially when it comes to love and marriage.

So when is it the perfect time if ever, for the condoms to come off in your relationship??? Is marriage the magical moment to take the condoms off? Especially since when you say “I do” marriage is supposed to equal monogamy and committment.

Sound off Ceo Family, a loyal reader wants your opinion. 🙂 I stressed my opinion privately when the question was submitted to me via email.

Have fun and let’s discuss responsibly.

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73 thoughts on “For Discussion: “Is It Ever Ok Not To Wear A Condom?””

  1. “When does the condom come off?”
    When you are ready to risk an STI/STD or making a human. Simple as that.

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  2. Why is this even a fucking discusson?! That’s why we got all these STDs anyways because everyone wants to play house…condoms don’t come off until you are married meaning you no longer file single on your taxes folks. Stop trusting someone else with your life who hasn’t even committed to you for life. GTFOH

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    1. Why is this even a fucking discusson?! That’s why we got all these STDs anyways because everyone wants to play house…condoms don’t come off until you are married meaning you no longer file single on your taxes folks. Stop trusting someone else with your life who hasn’t even committed to you for life. GTFOH
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      damn girl you serious ain’t you?

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      1. Wanda Please!!!!!!!
        Even when you’re married the condoms shouldn’t come off! Especially for those who cheats. So being married don’t mean shit nowadays

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      2. Wanda Please!!!!!!!
        Even when you’re married the condoms shouldn’t come off! Especially for those who cheats. So being married don’t mean shit nowadays
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        If that’s the case then dat nigga don’t value you or his damn marriage

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      3. Lexy,
        You mean to tell me that you’d still be having sex with a person that’s cheating on you? If they’re cheating, DON’T TOUCH THEM! If you suspect cheating, DON’T TOUCH THEM! If you’re in a relationship where cheating is such a high risk…..shame on you. You need to be in a new relationship.

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      4. “Even being married the condoms should be used.”
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        o_O
        So…. we can be trusted to make decisions about whether to cut off our spouse’s life support in the event of an accident… but we can’t trust that the other won’t give us gonorrhea? Huh?

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      5. Riiight y’all…whateva!!
        because according to your line of “logic”…marriage guarantees “purity” & “fidelity”……..(maybe on your planet not on mine)

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  3. Black women lie their azz’s off on the topic of condom use. The amount of black women who have never had unprotected sex before marriage has to be extremely low..trust me they fucking without condoms.

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    1. Black women lie their azz’s off on the topic of condom use. The amount of black women who have never had unprotected sex before marriage has to be extremely low..trust me they fucking without condoms.
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      yeah because there are some black men who are ready and willing to FUCK em without condoms.

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      1. 3 black kids out of 10 are born to married couples. Condoms should always be used but the fact of the matter is that with ALL RACES condom use decreases during the relationship.

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      2. Condoms are good for short term hookups and the prevention of STD’s. Condoms are not good for longterm pervention of pregnancies which is why ALL sexually active women who do not want to get pregnant should also use some type of female contraceptive in additon to condoms. Black women as a group are in the dark ages when it comes to using female contraceptives consistently and properly.

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      3. “Condoms are good for short term hookups and the prevention of STD’s.”

        Which is what married men do when they dont wanna get caught fucking outside of their mrriage.

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      4. Lexy..Stop it!!!!
        Your comment is very irrelevant to the subject.You are blinded by hate on this subject.

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      5. @Lexy, I cosign Adriane,
        Your statement is filled with hostility against men as if it is solely their responsibility to avoid cheating and having children etc. When the truth is both people are responsible. Who cares if a chick is on the pill, she took her responsibility men should still take theirs and use a condom. Simple as that. You sound volatile and its simply ignorant to believe this rhetoric.

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      6. I agree Lexy,
        You should ALWAYS use condoms. At least 50% percent of married men cheat and those are the ones being honest about it, Married men bring AIDS home to their wives too.

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  4. ALWAYS USE A CONDOM Ceo Reader!!!!!…dont trust these baby crazy “I’m on the pill or i cant get pregnant” lyin a$$ bishes….They n a mission.

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  5. My boyfriend and I were together for several months before I first got tested. We have been together for 5 years. Three years married and I still get tested when i go for my gym exam. realtak#

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  6. Being married or engaged does exempt you from being cheated on. Just because you marry someone doesn’t make them perfect when you say “I DO” nor does it mean they won’t ever mess up. In my opinion you should always use them married or not. Sure it’s all great to get tested together but in between the time you get tested and then next test who’s to say they didn’t contract and give you something. By then it’s too late. Wrap it up people. It’s ain’t that much love in the world.

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  7. At what point do the condom come off?? Is this a “TRICK QUESTION”??? Either way, I’ll tellya….The CONDOMS come off right before I bust off in a chick’s face, right before I bust one on her azz, when I’m beating it off on her tyts, or if I decide to smack her in the face with it…..And always right after I’m finised and I gotta pee…..Personally, I am all for their hair, because NOTHIN’ pisses a heffa off (esp. black women) worse than “GOO” in her DO’………

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    1. At what point do the condom come off?? Is this a “TRICK QUESTION”??? Either way, I’ll tellya….The CONDOMS come off right before I bust off in a chick’s face, right before I bust one on her azz, when I’m beating it off on her tyts, or if I decide to smack her in the face with it…..And always right after I’m finised and I gotta pee…..Personally, I am all for their hair, because NOTHIN’ pisses a heffa off (esp. black women) worse than “GOO” in her DO’………
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      Wake up fool!!! Cause you dreamin!!!!!!!!!!!

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  8. Both people should want to be tested before they take that risk. There can be life-long (or life-ending) consequences for short term risky behavior. It’s not worth it. Get tested and always be honest with sexual partners if you feel you cannot be faithful. Give the other person the choice of whether or not they want to be in a sexual relationship with someone who is not fully committed.

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    1. Yeah “Get tested together in the beginning but leave them on, get tested before the wedding and then you’re good after the I DO’s but with the amount of cheating that goes on, especially on the DOWN LOW don’t ever take it off SMH

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  9. “when should the condom come off?” ->>When your in a union and you both decide that you want to bring children into the equation, and make a commitment to get tested regularly., that’s when and not a minute sooner got damnit!!!

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    1. Yasha,
      Even if you get married there is still a chance you could contract AIDS or some other STD. this is a decision strictly between the two individuals. trust, ethics and morals are things you should find before sex anyway…just saying…

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  10. Condoms shouldn’t come off until:
    (a) the couple are ready to commit to each other and
    (b) they both go and get tested all the way.

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  11. OOk let’s be honest being married doesn’t guarantee that your partner will stay faithful and you still won’t get an std and or hiv I know instances where it had happend. I need clean medical checks. And I’m married and still continue to be tested yearly for everything including hiv. Soooo I love him but I value my health and well being too.

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    1. OOk let’s be honest being married doesn’t guarantee that your partner will stay faithful
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      damn sure don’t but i’d kill his azz if he gave me something too.

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  12. The best time to stop wearing them is when you both are tested and if you truly feel you are in a honest clean relationship and also if yall are talking about marriage.

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    1. if yall are talking about marriage.
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      nah see I would need a little bit more than talk…of hell naw.

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  13. For me, they come off:

    1. After you get engaged

    2. After you get tested.

    No if’s and’s or butt’s about it!!!!!!!!!

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    1. For me, they come off:

      1. After you get engaged -> nicca might still cheat

      2. After you get tested. -> and dats on a regular

      No if’s and’s or butt’s about it!!!!!!!!! –> again nicca might still cheat

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  14. Depends.The condom can come off:

    1) After I’ve made it CLEAR that I view sex as RECREATION FIRST…and she agrees that such is the case.

    2) After she makes it CLEAR to me that she DOES NOT want children at this point…and I can see by her career/life circumstances that this is true.

    (this is why married women & white or asian girls in grad school make excellent booty calls)

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  15. I am sure any doctor will tell u even if ur married to ALWAYS wear a condom. Prevents unwanted pregnancies, incurable diseases. For oral people…H.P.V. is live and prevalent MY PERSONAL ADVICE to u: Stop participating in oral sex, if u like LIVING!

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  16. they come off when i am married and want to start a family!

    It’s Friday night on da ceo blog!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 🙂

    WooHoo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  17. I didn’t let my man in w/ out a condom until we were married. Before that, for two years we used a condom each and every time. So take a lesson youngsters.

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  18. Even after marriage, without Birth Control, like the pill, not using condoms is a bad idea. Having children is not a game of russian roulette as a result of two ignorant people deciding they are at a point where NOT USING protection will bring them a step closer in their relationship. Ms. Bell whatever your answer was to this reader I sincerely hope you educated her regarding the consequences.

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      1. After an std test, a lie detector test and video proof of the tubes being tied. then maybe.
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        my nicca. -_-

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  19. I don’t think there is a time limit, it depends on the people and the situation. If two people have been tested and have agreed to have a monogamous relationship then it is fine. The woman should also be responsible enough to properly use birth control. Both people have to understand that even when used correctly birth control isn’t 100 percent so there is always that very small chance that it can happen and be prepared for any adverse events. Plus marriage isn’t fool proof, some public health professionals are now encouraging married couples to use condoms because of an increase in STIs in married couples.

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  20. “When does the condom come off?” They dont! at least not until he puts a ring on my finger.

    Better yet, how bout we ain’t fuckin till I get the ring. O_O

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  21. When does the condoms come off? “After marriage, when you’re trying to have a kid. And not a moment sooner.”

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  22. The answer is extremely simple.

    After you walk down the aisle and both spouses are ready to take care of a child; physically, mentally, emotionally, financially. That’s it.

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  23. I understand marriage isn’t for everyone, so when both parties are solely comitted to one another and she is going to take some form of birth control, get her tubes tied, or he get’s a vesectomy.

    For the gays….Eh… probably never…

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  24. I would think that getting married would change the dynamics of a relationship, but…*shrug* I don’t know.

    I just think that until you are ready to risk what may happen as a result of no birth control, then you can get rid of the condom. I honestly think both parties need to be on birth control. Not condom OR pills. It needs to be condom AND birth control because too many people are victims of “accidents”… Better safe than sorry, I always say.

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  25. You can still have good sex with a condom on….I’d rather strap it up then to be STD and dead somewhere

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