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What if you have sex using plastic wrap as protection but the wrap was sucure and did not rip tear or open at all and the sex was only about 30 to 40 seconds long and he did not come?

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Using plastic wrap is a TERRIBLE choice. Do not have sex if you can not at least afford a condomn or suffer the possible consequences such as STD's and unwanted pregnancy. Plastic wrap can have many tiny holes that you can not even see. Also a man does not have to ejaculate ('come') to get a woman pregnant (or spread STD's). There is such a thing as pre-cum, etc. I'm glad that you tried to protect yourself, but It's not ideal. It's not likely that you're pregnant or have any STD's, but It's still possible. Hopefully you've been able to get hold of some condoms.

Answer ***PLEASE educate yourselves people! While condoms are the most effective method for simultaneously preventing STDs and pregnancy during VAGINAL sex, Non-Microwavable Saran Wrap has been hailed by sex educators as a fool proof method of protection during ORAL sex. The microwavable variety may rip, or allow the passage of fluids, but the non-microwavable kind prevents AIDS/HIV and all other STDs from passing through. Check it out.***



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What is plastic wrap used for?

  Plastic wrap, seran wrap, as well as tin foil is used for sealing foods (that are left over) for later. You place the food on a dish or in a glass bowl or something and
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Why is dough wrapped in plastic wrap when preparing?

Because bread doughs have to be left a fairly long time to prove there is the risk that the outer part of the dough will dry and form a skin which is difficult to reincorporat