PROFESSOR Stuart Brody of the University of the West of Scotland has found that condom use during intercourse is associated with "psychological immaturity and predisposition to poorer mental health," including depression and suicidal tendencies.
In the study, titled, "Condom Use for Penile-Vaginal Intercourse is Associated with Immature Psychological Defense Mechanisms," heterosexual sex without using condoms is more likely to make people happy than sex with condoms.
Brody wrote, "The more often they have sex without condoms, the better their mental health." His findings suggest that condom use negates the mental health benefits of what he called "evolutionarily relevant sex." He theorized that there is a direct biochemical response in natural heterosexual relations that is blocked by condoms.
From a philosophical perspective, the use of condoms attempts to separate sex from its intended purpose. The use of condoms also prevents the couple from giving themselves totally to each other as a gift of self.
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