Hubby gave her free condom when she outstation

Would you give a box of condom to your partner?


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billpepsi

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Would you give a box of condom to your partner? Like to hear your opinion.

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When my daughter attended a camp last year, her father gave her a box of condoms and explained that, like all good scouts, one must be prepared. When I went to Hong Kong alone for work, my husband gave me a box, too, and smiled. .Before anyone throws the first stone at him, allow me to explain. .We believe the best place for our teenagers to learn about sex is at home.

This includes learning about the proper use of contraceptives, such as how to put a condom on and the benefits and side effects of the Pill, the IUD, and about abortion.

However, the use of contraceptives must not be taught in isolation. It is not a simple issue of "prevention is better than cure". Contraceptive use can prevent the creation of an unwanted child, protect oneself from sexually transmitted diseases and also might give one a false a sense of freedom to have sex with anyone, anywhere and anytime.

This was not our intention when we embarked on this journey with our children. We hope they will not engage in premarital sex, but we are aware that peer pressure and societal values act as a counterweight to what we teach them. We recognise that we cannot stop them if they intend to have sex.

All we can do is show them the true freedom of sex within a marriage. We are very open with our children about our sex life. They know that, on a lazy Sunday afternoon, it is best to leave their parents alone.

They realise that sex is the deepest form of communication between two committed individuals. .Of course, some people will argue that this can also take place outside marriage. They will argue that they have formed meaningful, happy relationships and that marriage does not guarantee fidelity. .While others are free to make their own lifestyle choices, we believe sex should not be just a recreational activity one engages in after a single drink (or more, probably) on the first date.

We have observed that many teenagers and adults engage in premarital sex because they feel insecure. They want a sense of assurance from others. But, one of the untold effects of casual sex is the sense of insecurity one feels after the act is over. Some people seek companionship and believe that offering their bodies is the easiest way to tie someone down.

But, they may soon begin to ask themselves: Will my partner continue with this relationship, or will he or she seek another person to have sex with tonight? If we could fall in bed so easily last night, will we fall out of love as easily today? Why do I feel like a piece of used tissue paper when he does not continue the relationship?

Sex between two committed individuals is enjoyable, and the fruit of this relationship is the child that will be created in the process. .One of the reasons why our birth rate has plummeted is because, through the use of contraceptives, we have separated the act of creation from sex.

By understanding the purpose and function of our body, we will learn to respect it as a powerful tool to create new life. .When they are taught about sex in this light, our children will be less inclined to engage in pre-marital sex, as creating a life brings on new responsibility.

Therefore, my husband had utmost confidence that our daughter would not be using the box of condoms he had given her before she went for camp. Likewise, the fidelity we have built up in our marriage earned me a similar box. .The writer is a mother of six.

http://www.todayonline.com/articles/177622.asp
 

Stratix

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this is super reverse psychology man. 0.0
 

zcf

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still why he give one box of condom to her, & what does that action have to do with sex eduction to the children? Just to show the children that, or will it be misinterpreted instead :sweat:? Don't really understand his meaning :dunno:
 

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Therefore, my husband had utmost confidence that our daughter would not be using the box of condoms he had given her before she went for camp. Likewise, the fidelity we have built up in our marriage earned me a similar box. .The writer is a mother of six.

http://www.todayonline.com/articles/177622.asp
what makes them think her daughter won't buy a box herself and return the box which was given to her?
 

zcf

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Just thinking this was the case for husband to wife. But what about for wife giving a box of condom to husband (that make me sexist?) Or the partner has been know of infidel :sweat: ?
Does that make some sense?
 

Static

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no...

if the wife comes back with another box...

then she is...

:thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
the wife comes back with one box only

Husband very :D reverse psychology worked !

but the daughter return with bloated stomach

the daughter ta boleh :thumbsd:

Father asked: "What happened ? Why didn't u use the condoms !!? "

Daughter answered: "Mummy took my box"
 

Maltese

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I think the hubby is a idiot and if the wife accept it then both are idiots and should leave happily ever after.

Giving a box of condom to your wife is both an insult to your partner as well as the love that both of u share. No matter how liberal u are, coming into marriage is both a way of saying u are true, loyal and love one another. And if it happens that your spouse accept it, then she may either accept your insult or treat it as a joke or even use it as a form of dis-heartedness of your action.

Like the old saying said : every roads reaches Rome. U dun have to give a box of contraceptive to drive home your point then give glorious reasons quoting changing society, world issues, space now got more planets and the sort of big glamorous excuses to prove your doings. That is what many modern thinkers always wanted to do saying they are more updated, more flexible my feet!

After all u still do the same ritual for producing babies 1,000,000 years ago and now isn't it. Do u then use your nose now since the world is changing or society got more pressure?
 

htthach

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Maybe that's the same message the hubby is giving to the wife and daughter.
"Go and buy your own condoms!!!!" :bsmilie:
or maybe he just meant "i got some extra"
 

Gymrat76

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never receive before... but problem is... u think its safe? who knows wait later dio sabo...
Haha, I know someone who was in charge with distributing the condoms for SAF ppl.. he said they sometimes purposely poke holes in them when they're bored and ship out :eek:
 

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