My questin may be a bit strange, but I was wondering if sperm can fit through a pin size hole in a condom even if the hole can't be seen when the condom is on or off. I know sperm is very small but is it that small?
yeah if you are thinking about poking a hole in a condom please dont. a baby is a big decision and even if he isnt going to be there, it still will be life changing for him as well... and I dont think its smart to change his life decietfully. Plus you will have to live with that on your concious forever. Maybe it wont bother you now, but one day it will
not to mention that the maturity of that would be pretty low and you need to be pretty mature for a baby
If that wasnt your intention, then sorry... just ignore. The basic answer to your question is yes.. a sperm is a LOT smaller than a pin hole
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