Here’s how you can counter men’s contraception excuses

By Faizel Ahman
Estimated reading time: 4 minutes

How guys try to talk their way out of it….

Contraception is a topic of great importance in any relationship. It is about protecting yourself and your partner from unwanted pregnancies as well as sexually transmitted diseases. Unfortunately, it is common for men to make up contraceptive excuses to avoid responsibility. But as a woman, you should not be discouraged by this and know how to deal with it.

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The most common contraceptive excuses

Men can find many different excuses to avoid contraception. We have already mentioned some of the most common excuses. But there are others, such as:

  • “I trust you to take the pill.”
  • “I don’t feel like having sex if I have to use a condom.”
  • “I’m sterilized, so we don’t need a contraceptive.”

These excuses are often unfounded and it’s important that you, as a woman, know how to deal with them.

Always have condoms with you

One way to counter the “I don’t have condoms with me” excuse is to always have condoms with you. If you always have some with you, then your partner can’t talk their way out of it.

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There are now many different types of condoms that are suitable for everyone. If your partner claims to have an allergy to condoms, you should try different kinds until you find one that works for him.

Try other contraceptives

If your partner says they don’t like condoms, you can try other contraceptives together. For example, there is the pill, the contraceptive patch or the vaginal ring. It is important that you discuss together which contraceptive method is best for you. You should also discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each method.

Here's how you can counter men's contraception excuses

Open communication

The best way to avoid contraceptive excuses is through open communication. It is important that you talk to each other as a couple about which contraceptive method you want to use. If you disagree, you can go to a counseling center together. There you can get advice from an expert and find a solution together.

Assume responsibility

It is important that both partners take responsibility for contraception. It is not the woman’s responsibility alone to take care of contraception. Men should be aware of their responsibilities and not just assume that the woman will take care of everything. It is also important for men to realize that contraception is not just a women’s issue. Men should also inform themselves and take responsibility.

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Do not accept excuses

As a woman, you should not accept excuses when it comes to contraception. It is important that you make it clear to your partner that contraception is a shared responsibility and that you will not be satisfied if he shirks it. If your partner claims that he can’t rely on condoms because they might break, you should explain to him that condoms are very reliable nowadays.

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If he claims that he doesn’t feel like having sex if he has to use a condom, then you should make it clear to him that it’s a health and safety issue and that contraception is necessary.

Build trust

A good way to avoid contraceptive excuses is to build trust. If your partner knows that he can rely on you to provide birth control or that you have found a suitable method together, he will be less likely to make excuses. Trust is an important part of any relationship and trust is also crucial when it comes to contraception.


Overall, it is important that both partners take responsibility for contraception. Excuses should not be accepted and there should be open communication about which contraceptive method is best. Condoms are a very reliable and simple way to protect against unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases.

If your partner doesn’t like condoms, you should try other contraceptives together. It is also important to build trust and have good communication regarding contraception.

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