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post #1 of 16 Old 07-18-2010, 11:48 PM Thread Starter
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I was talking to someone about riding bareback and how I don't use a bareback pad and she said that that's not good if you want to have kids. She said you need the protection there and that it can damage you donw there. This is the first time I've ever heard this and I'm wondering, is it a bunch of bull? =/

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i have never heard of that....i dont see why using a bareback pad would make a difference anyways... someone correct me if im wrong !

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Thats bull, if it was true...I wouldnt have ever been born! so i hope its not true xD
i guess it could possible happen, but that is SUPER rare, i doubt it has ever really happened... maybe im wrong.

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All the equipment needed for having kids is internal on women - So there really isn't anything you can damage that will impact it. It may make you a bit sensitive down there, but nothing serious.

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I hope not, because that would mean I'm completely sterilized. Oh well. I hate kids anyway.



I'm calling BS on this one. I would go into further detail, but I don't think that's necessary if you have a teaspoon worth of common sense.
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I thought it sounded like abunch of bull but I just wanted to check. Cause I ride bareback a lot but I want kids sometime lol! I was like "oh f-ing no!" =P

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Haha I ride bareback a lot too. And my one gelding has uber high withers
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Absolute baloney. I've been galloping bareback for years, and have 2 healthy kids.
This may have stemmed from a theory that a young lady who rides can break her hymen, which is basically just a thin layer of skin inside her vagina. Some females back in the day were accused of not being virgins because it was not her husband who broker her in, but her horse! You can google search it, but no, riding will not affect your ability to have children.
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^^

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