Do I reduce time on bike to preserve fertility or up training volume and move to Spain in the hope of improvement in my sex life?
If Mr LB decided to take up IM training and wound up with a GAWJUSS bod as a result of it, I think he might get more sex, not less.......
Ultra-Ironwolf wrote (see)
depends whether you desperately want kids. Shouldn't affect your sex life though, most women would be very happy with a little less sperm!
and Liverbird, in my limited experience, and assuming you are not a feeder, IM training does not necessarily have a terribly positive effect!
because it's hard to be sexually uninhibited if you are scared of getting pregnant.
the invention of the pill was, in my opinion, probably *the* most important factor in changing the lives of women in the 20th century. Fantastic, we can have sex for fun - you guys have taken it for granted!
condoms and caps are statistically fairly safe but when you are using them you feel very aware of the link between sex and pregnancy. Or I did anyway.
a sterile man offers the same freedom.
Don´t get me started on Vasectomy´s
My vasectomy resulted in a lot of pain, firing on one barrel, they think? But not sure which is still firing millions of live rounds.
Still too frightened to have another go.
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i think i'd find the thought of giving away 20% of my salary for the next 18 years fairly inhibiting!
anyway, if that was what IW meant, then I (thank christ) misunderstood what she meant
15 mate 20 for two sprogs, then again if you have more you can get a discount on the first two.
It is after tax though!
oxy were you thinking along the lines of taste or texture
G sport.............that just shows how virile you must be too much man to be tamed by a little op
lol- something like that. it was the phrase "most women would be happy with a little less sperm" that did it, i dont see how else you could interpret it!
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