Learn about our Medical Review Board Print External male condoms and internal female condoms are two of the best ways to make sex safer. Unfortunately, not everyone likes to use these forms of contraception. Many people assume that, in a heterosexual encounter, it is always the male partner who is reluctant to use condoms. But, that's not necessarily the case. The avoidance of condoms among women in the United States is almost as high as among men. Getty Images This article takes a closer look at why women avoid condoms, mistakes that couples make when using condoms, and ways to overcome these concerns. Reasons for Not Using Condoms There are many reasons why some women avoid condoms. Surveys show that the causes can vary based on age, race, and a woman's relationship status.
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