Stealthing is where one partner removes a condom during sex without the consent or knowledge of the other. A study from Yale Law School found it's been happening more often - part of a disturbing trend of gender-motivated sexual violence. Since that story, we've been contacted by readers and listeners with their own stories of manipulation and deceit - of being stealthed.
Welcome to Great Moments in Drunken Hookup Failure, where we showcase four heartwarming true stories of drunken love gone horribly awry. Off we go. They're designed to save you from the ravages of AIDS, open genital sores, and unwittingly sired children.
Emily used to use the pill. After that, she decided to find a method she would remember to use consistently. So she switched to spermicidal condoms.
It is the most confusing thing when someone who's normally great turns around and does something sort of awful. That's what makes this Reddit post so depressing to read. More importantly, he has a kind and generous heart.
I was at a nightclub dancing the night away per the usual and this hot guy walks up to me on the dance floor and asks me for my number. I was flattered and played along. A few days later, he messages me and we meet up.
A WOMAN was left feeling physically sick after realising that a condom had been stuck inside her for 24 hours. Australian sex blogger Nadia Bokody shared the horrific encounter in her YouTube series. In the video she explains how she became infatuated with a British man who began working in her office.
In college, I wanted to be the kind of girl who would take a guy home from a bar without a second thought, but it always felt like a bad idea. In hindsight, I should have stuck with my instincts. I kept trying to reach for his dick, but each time I did, he swatted my hand away and told me to slow down.
Skip navigation! Evette Dionne. Photographed Jessica Nash. Most adult men have taken a sexual education class and know that condoms prevent the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases and infections, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
A Lelo Hex condom case study. This was the challenge that Dutch online retailer Willie. To sell this new, high-end product they needed honest, experience-based reviews that could back up the Lelo HEX promise.