Why Men Don’t Like To Wear Condoms?

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Man holding condomMen don’t like to use condoms as it alters the sexual sensation. The part of latex worn on the penis does no good for the physical feeling. Another problem is that while trying to put it on, the change of attention is a significant turn-off for them. When couples are in the middle of the sexual activity, deflecting from it to do something decidedly unromantic isn’t desired by men. They will need to get it done for obvious reasons i.e. protection against STDs or unwanted pregnancy.

A research undertaken by Diane M. Grimley, PhD, chairperson of the Department of Health Behaviour in the University of Alabama at Birmingham, have shown findings that instead of wearing a condom, men like to have an opportunity at a fit of enthusiasm. The safety that is ensured by wearing condom from HIV, syphilis, gonorrhoea and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) isn’t persuasive enough for them to be strict about wearing condoms. They would rather do it and face the consequences afterwards.

Grimley’s study paper was printed in the American Journal of Health Behaviour. Her study pointed out that the problem of guys not using condoms is especially related to guys who have multiple spouses and no clear sense of connection. She added that girls who have an intercourse with a man infected with any STD is very likely to contract it when she does it just once. This is why it’s very important to focus on men too when speaking of STD prevention. Given the fact that men contribute up to women in STD transmission, there ought to be equivalent focus on guys when intending to protect against these diseases.

The analysis further revealed that even though these men understood that using condoms would prevent the spread of STDs, they had been loath to use it constantly. Men that had one sexual partner asserted they were committed to get a long-term relationship and cited that as the reason for their reluctance to use the condom.

These approaches are further researched and results appear to indicate that connection problems play an important part for women and men alike in deciding upon using the condoms or not. The most intriguing part of the study is that men do not mind getting treatment following symptoms of STDs but the easy way from wearing a condom doesn’t find favour with them. Alcoholics and drug abusers are least inclined to use condoms.

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