Ive been in a relationship with a girl for about four months now, and from my perspective, our sex life is really good...I consider it to be really good sex and she orgasms most of the time. She is on the pill, so we dont use condoms. We are in college, so we will go out and drink maybe once a weekend or once every other weekend. Since she went on the pill she seems to be affected by alcohol more easily, and it seems it causes her drunken behavior to be more extreme than before when she was on the pill. She wants go to go off the pill to test this theory, and I said I was ok with it and switching to condoms, because its her body and I really have no right to tell her she has to stay on it. Truthfully though, I feel like going off the pill just so she can drink more is a really stupid reason to sacrifice the quality of our sex life. Do I have a right to express my distaste in this decision, or should I just keep my mouth shut because shes the one on the pill, not me?
Issues surrounding birth control
Well you can't force her to take the pill, but you definatly have the right to voice your opinion. It is after all, YOUR sex life too.She may choose to still go off the pill, but I think you should tell her how you feel. After all, if you haven't been using condoms with her, it is definatly going to feel different for you.
"Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind." -- Theodor Seuss Geisel
I haven't read any where that birth control pills lowers a woman's alcohol tolerance. At least I haven't experienced that. She may just be drinking more heavily and acting more erratic. Since you may be as drunk as she is, you probably aren't keeping up with the amount of drinks she's having.
What I think she should do is cut back on the drinks and see if she is still acting bizzare.
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