I am being sincere with my question. I think most people on AN know that one of my interests is public health. I think it is wonderful to have the knowledge of how to prevent STIs and pregnancy using a condom, how to put it on, etc. But, one thing I have noticed from my nursing education (no nursing experience yet) and from personal experience, is that convincing a guy to wear a condom is not easy. Therefore, all that education/knowledge and giving people condoms to prevent STIs and pregnancy goes out the window.
When I asked a public health nurse how to get guys to wear one, it was just tell them you won't have sex with them unless they do. I think sometimes that can be dangerous, especially if the guy is big and the girl is petite and can't fend him off.
Is there anything else that a woman can tell a guy that he would willingly agree to wear a condom? It would be nice to have suggestions for women (or men) if I ever get a public health nurse job or any nursing job that a client may ask the same question that I asked.