Sign up or log in to share. That should be a deal-breaker. If a guy would risk getting you pregnant without you wanting it, he's not worth your time. Yes, condoms can take some of the pleasure out of it, but I imagine having to deal with abortion or unplanned parenting wouldn't exactly be pleasurable for you either.
Man who removed his condom during sex with prostitute has been jailed for rape
Why do guys take off the condom during sex? - GirlsAskGuys
A prominent surgeon charged with raping a fellow doctor after he allegedly took his condom off without permission while they were having sex has won a court battle to keep treating patients. The surgeon, who is also an academic, was arrested and charged by Victoria Police in September after he was involved in a incident of "stealthing", the non-consensual removal of a condom, during sex with another male doctor. Under Victorian law, the non-consensual removal of a condom and continued penetrative sex is classified as rape. Following the incident, the other doctor raised concerns about being infected with HIV, began to take medication to prevent contracting the disease and asked the surgeon to provide tests verifying his HIV-free status. When charges were laid, the surgeon had his practising licence suspended by the medical board but the ban was lifted after a battle in the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal. He is now free to see patients and practise medicine despite the rape charges still hanging over his head and making their way through the courts.
'Stealthing' Is A New Sex Trend Where Men Remove Condoms Without Partner's Consent
Stealthing - the act of non-consensually removing a condom during sex - has been the subject of much discussion since a study into the act was published last month. Rape Crisis have condemned stealthing as a sex crime, and this week it was added to the definition of rape in California law. People are pretty chilled with doing it bareback.
A man has been jailed for 12 years for raping a sex worker by taking off a condom during intercourse. He contacted his victim online through an adult work website where she specifically said clients must wear protection. They met at the Royal Bath Hotel in his hometown Bournemouth, Dorset, on January 19 last year after agreeing a price for two hours — she never received the money.