Run up in this s$%t raw. I got a girl, I ain’t never got no f&@$in’ condoms
Song & Artist
Shabba by A$AP Ferg
Are people really having casual sex without condoms? Nah, can’t be.
A$AP Ferg brags about sharing women (Nast got a bad ho…But he got my last ho) and spiritedly exclaims his number (I done f&%$ed a million girls). Considering the prevalence of STIs, baby daddy foolishness and pregnancy, is having sex outside a relationship without protection really worth it? I guess for A$AP Ferg it is.
Casual sex, types of sexual activity outside the context of a romantic relationship, has been around for centuries. It became popular in the 1920s with the rise of flapper petting parties and exploded in the 1960s with the sexual revolution. Without it, what would rappers rhyme about?
Only 19 percent of single women ages 20 to 44 regularly use condoms. This doesn’t even count those that are boo-ed up. In a Journal of Sex Research study, more than 80 percent of guys confess to having used at least one tactic to avoid condoms during sex.
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People ARE knockin’ boots without condoms (mind officially blown). You can find a way to cop the latest sneakers or stand in line for the newest phone, but can’t manage to spend 91 cents and less than 30 seconds to put on a condom. Just wrap it up!
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