I will want to have a one night stand and the very first question that will strike my mind will be regarding the safety to involve. The fact says that no method of protection is good enough to provide you with a hundred percent guarantee of safety. The only thing they can guarantee is a greater part of luck by your side.
Before taking a chance and making your decision, just give some time to this story.
In every 100 females who used the pullout method, 27 became pregnant while 18 got pregnant when they used condoms.
Putting on condom in between or pulling out at the best moment, both come with a bad feeling.
The chances of developing an STD is greater when you go for the pull out method and close to none when it comes to using condoms.
One-third of a man's pre-cum contains swimming sperms capable enough of making a contact with eggs. However, this can be stopped if one wears a condom.
It is quite obvious that pullout method gifts you with a better skin-to-skin feeling which is absent while using condoms.
The pullout method finally wins. This is because that feeling of wilderness is somehow diminished when we have to wait for wearing a condom.
If the woman is not taking birth control pills and you both don't want to bring condom in between you, the only option left is the evergreen pullout method.
If we look on it broadly, both the methods might work well if one of the two people involved in making love doesn't mess up. For an instance, if the guy puts on the condom wrongly, then the girl will have to pay for his mistakes.
Condoms are a clear winner, considering their performance in stopping pregnancies and STDs. Satisfaction comes after the safety.