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Sensual_GentleM 58M
397 posts
11/2/2021 9:31 pm

Condoms ... yes, absolutely. When pleasuring a woman orally it doesn't help much if I am wearing a condom. Contracted HPV from a woman a few years ago while licking her pussy ... got throat cancer a few weeks later ...
I'm all fine again now , cancer is gone and the HPV too. But I definitely want to make sure it won't happen again ...

DeInSLC 57F  
84 posts
11/2/2021 9:43 pm

1. How many of you get tested regularly for STD's? I get tested every three months.
2. What STD's are you willing to live with, if you caught one? syphilis, gonorrhoea, chlamydia, and trichomoniasis
3. Would you tell all your potential partners of the STD without being asked? Of course
a. Why - Anyone I will be intimate with should know the potential risks before we bump uglies.
b. Why not n/a
4. When is it appropriate to tell "Potential" partners? It should be part of the first discussion. Get it out in the open right from the start, so no one is potentially wasting their time.
5. Would it be acceptable to find out later that your partner knew, and protected you from catching it with precautions? (you being 100% safe) And then told you later? Absolutely not! I believe in full disclosure from the start. One can't make an informed decision if one doesn't have all of the information needed.

1. NO CONDOMS or inappropriate or useless use of condoms.
Why bother using them at all, if you exchange any bodily fluids from any body part, including kissing? Exactly. Why bother? I hate the feel of them and I despise the taste of them. I would rather not fuck someone.

2. How many times does this come up in your conversations on this site? You mean condom use? I have many conversations with people here, but 90% or more of those conversations never get to the point of requiring the protection discussion. Of the few conversations that go to that point and beyond, all of them have involved discussing condom use and our personal preferences and requirements.

How young is too young for you? How old is too old? 17 is too young. 81+ is too old.

Will you do things solely to please (your other) even if you think it's personally a turn off? You bet! Like many, I get pleasure from giving pleasure. While something may not rock my world, watching my partner get aroused and turned on DOES rock my world.

MrWrong4RghtNow 55M  
2439 posts
11/2/2021 10:35 pm

I don't need to get tested since I haven't had sex since 2013 and I was married from 2005-2013 and was only with her the entire time.
If I was looking for a partner, I would be very concerned about sexual histories. Way back in the jurassic age I always used condoms but I was not prolific by any means.

Age is just a number but I'm also keenly aware of the laws. Also I seriously doubt anyone under the age of say 39 would want anything to do with me. Just being a realistic sort.

Pleasing my partner before me is one of my traits and a turn on. As I've gotten older, my limits have increased. This is all theoretical of course given I'm not looking for in person interactions at all.

My name is MrWrong and I approved this comment

G000dbuddy 34M  
1676 posts
11/3/2021 6:09 am

How young is too young for you? How old is too old?
What is old or young.. everything depends on mind


exsquid46 62M
640 posts
11/5/2021 12:15 am

Ms. DawnAdv3nture62,

Wow what a series of questions, however it is information that must be talked about.

1. The last test I had was in 2005, that was after getting checked every three months for 18 months. When I divorced, I found out my ex had been cheating, so I wasn't taking chances. Since 2005, there is really no reason to get checked, as I haven't been with any one.

2. Seeing how most STD's can be treated with antibiotics, none.

3. Yes I would if I ever caught something. Not worth putting their health at risk.

4. As soon as you think there might be a physical aspect to dating them. There is no good reason not to talk about each others sexual health at that point.

5. No, because by their not telling, they basically lied to you. The lie of omission.

"Why, you ask? Well, let me tell ya. "

1. If the woman insisted on condoms, I would wear them, although I haven't worn one since 1987 when I got married. My ex-wife is the only woman I have been with since 1986.

2. I haven't chatted with any woman from here. So for me none.

" 1.How young is too young for you?

2.How old is too old?

3.Will you do things solely to please (your other) even if you think it's personally a turn off?"

1. if they are young enough to be my oldest daughter, that is too young, so 42.

2. I think maybe 15 years older, so about 77.

3. I might try is once, because one never knows if it is really a turn of or just something you thought was a turn off.

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