1. She’s On The Pill—She Just Doesn’t Take It Perfectly
Don’t take your chances when it comes to intimacy in a relationship. The best practice a couple can take is clearly drawling agreed upon lines before two people go down a road they may regret later on. Within the realm of physical intimacy, there’s plenty of opportunities for dishonesty. One of those areas is contraception. For some relationships, intimacy comes into play very early on. It may only take a few dates for things go to the next step. If it does go that way, and the couple is responsible, the issue of birth control will probably come up.
In a moment of closeness where two people just want to go forward with it, she may bend the truth about her birth control practices.
According to Cosmopolitan, in a survey by the CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics of teens found that condoms were the most common method of contraception. The pill doesn’t even make it to the top two methods of birth control that most people practice. So a woman may not be truthful when she says she’s on the pill in order to round the bases with you. It’s a slippery slope when one person in the relationship decides to put both their futures at stake.