When sex researcher Rachel K. Jones published a report that suggests the much-maligned withdrawal method of birth control was nearly why doesnt pulling out work sex
effective as condoms in preventing pregnancy, she was showered with why doesnt pulling out work sex.
And it wasn't evangelicals who had taken virginity pledges who pulled out the big guns. Those whom Jones said could benefit from this information -- couples in monogamous relationships who are not at risk for sexually transmitted diseases -- reacted in "sheer disbelief," she said. The act of withdrawal -- the male pulling out before ejaculation -- is a long controversial method of birth control, one many sex education classes have condemned as risky. But Jones' findings, based on several studies and data from the Guttmacher Institutea nonprofit organization focused on sexual and reproductive health where she is a senior research associate, were just the opposite.