Our expert says:
Odd how often a simple decision to be bothered about something causes a significant problem. Some people, mainly men, decide rather arbitrarily that condoms are something they choose to not tolerate, and it becomes a problem ; others choose not to be bothered about it, and it does not become a problem for them or their partner. IS he perhaps, though, bothered not so much about the condoms as such, but with the issue of their being needed to reduce a significant risk to him ?
And, as said, he ought to be wearing a condom whoever he has sex with, unless he wants to become HIV positive as soon as he can, so condom use as such isn't, again, likely to be the central issue. If he doesn't want to wear them with anyone else either, then he must have no concern about becoming HIV positive, and may as well remain with you anyway.
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