last night I had sex with a girl who seemed to have quite a bit of past partners........I had protected vaginal and unprotected oral with her..........I checked the condom and it looked to be intact......I then used the water test.........when I filled it up some water dribbled off of sides due to the sink water being on too hard.......I wiped it off with a towel and it held water very well........no noticeable leaking as of I could tell........what are my risks in contracting anything.........I would assume if the condom failed it would b a small hole.......more like a huge blow out correct????
Guess you don't need to trust someone to have sex with someone but to have the thought that someone is evil and is going to poke a hole in the condom? Come on, really. If it had a hole any hole it would break.
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