It makes my skin crawl when a girl tells me, wide-eyed: "It's OK. You don't need to wear anything", when we've just met. I suppose they think that it demonstrates their attraction towards me, as though they are giving me "what every guy wants".
I'm not gullible enough to believe that I'm the exception. If they're happy for me to go in bareback, then it was the same case for the guys that had their turn before me. Sure, my primal instinct is to not wrap latex around my cock - reducing the sensations I feel - but this compromise certainly beats getting a girl I barely now pregnant ("so, just pull out?") or catching a bunch of STI's.
In all honestly, I feel fucking low and frustrated about it. I want to have fun, without risking my future, or my health. I don't think I'm asking for much. Yet, the only girl who shared the same views as me was my first, over a decade ago. Walk of life doesn't even seem to factor in. Now I'm made to feel as though I'm abnormal, obsessive, and paranoid.
What can be done about this? Is there a good approach to changing habits? Thanks.