She explains that when someone is consenting to sex with a condom, they are consenting to the risks and benefits that go along with that act.
"Sex without a condom carries higher risks of pregnancy and STI transmission than sex with a condom," she wrote.
"Because of the increased risk, the removal of the condom transforms the sexual act into a different act, such that consent to one is not carried over to consent to the other." The fact that we have to explain or prove these facts to anyone is ridiculous.
Men are forcing their victims into a sexual act that they did not agree to.
Many do not want to end their relationship for other reasons such as habit or fear of the unknown.
Intimacy, on the other hand, is much harder to achieve than simply rubbing body parts.
It involves letting yourself be known—your hopes, desires, fears and foibles and knowing and accepting another person inside and out. Stan Dale defined intimacy as “into-me-see.” When satisfying sex and the closeness of intimacy are combined it can be enormously satisfying. However, in the same way a steak or lobster dinner holds no appeal to a vegetarian, such an intense relationship is unappealing and often unobtainable to a certain percentage of women and men.
When with a partner it can include sexual intercourse or not.
Simply put, it is bodily pleasure usually with the aim of orgasm.