Apr Posted by drmarkgriffiths. If you are a regular reader of my blog, you will know that I have covered some pretty weird sexual fetishes since I started writing it. He noted that:.
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Forgot your password? Really enjoying reading all the posts on here. Before I found this site I had no idea there was such a thing as bug chasers. Sounded a bit crazy to me at first but as I read on I began to understand and relate to , why this is such a turn on What I love doing most is pouring the cum into my open ass and then sliding the condoms all the way in Had up to 30 used condoms up my ass at any one time! I really get off on taking the risk of doing this, but I wonder how risky this actually is?? It's my understanding that std's and sti's cannot last long outside of the body.
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Using condoms is a good thing. Using used condoms, well, not so much. In a article published in Sexually Transmitted Infections , the British medical author Vincent Tremayne explains the fetish for prophylatics. Now, not all manifestations are particularly problematic. Used condoms are also purchased online.
In fact, there are three major condom materials that several s experts recommend…. While natural latex is made from the rubber tree — and many people with so-called latex allergies are actually allergic to the plant proteins found in that tree — polyisoprene is a latex alternative made in a laboratory, minus those troublesome proteins. Because polyisoprene stretches and feels almost exactly like natural latex, several condom manufacturers have started marketing polyisoprene condoms to those who wilt at the mere sight of the real thing. Darling is latex intolerant, which is less extreme than a full-blown latex allergy, but still makes using latex condoms extremely painful. Polyurethane — a type of thin, clear plastic — is another popular latex alternative.