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Australian man justifies 'stealthing' unsuspecting women

An Australian man who "stealths" his sexual partners thinks it is "ridiculous" women would object to him sneaking a condom off during sex without their knowledge or consent. 

The dangerous sexual trend, known as "stealthing", has become the subject of global debate after a Yale Law School study found the "rape-adjacent" practice is on the rise. 

But an Aussie man, known only as Brendan, said he removes condoms during sex "most of the time" because he is not bothered about contracting an STI or getting his partner pregnant and thinks it feels better. 

"Pull it out, take it off, put it back in. Everyone's happy," he told Triple J's Hack program yesterday. 9news.com.au