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jfcsny

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hot4teacher

Joined: 3/31/2005

Ummm, no offense, but you appear to be old-enough to know(or you SHOULD KNOW) that "condoms" serve much more of a purpose besides "preventing pregnancy"!!! Have you ever heard of STD's???? Wow...I'm surprised.

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lianapet

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How have you reached the conclusion that "most of the ladies" here have gone through menOpause?

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lianapet

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You would think intelligence and common sense as well as common knowledge would somehow be connected to having lived longer than someone else, alas there are plenty of mouth breathers in the world....

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LitlLaura

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What on earth makes you think that "most of the ladies" on this forum "over 45" have gone through menopause? I am 48 and have not. I do realize that it varies, but that is a pretty huge generalization that "most of the ladies" have. And putting that aside, condoms are used for the prevention of STD's more than they are used for prevention of pregnancy. So obviously, yes, menopause or no menopause, you still need to use a condom unless you are married or in a relationship that is 100% exclusive!

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