These restrictions have always been outlined in our Services Agreement, which we’ve tried to make as readable as possible.
Given that they’re often a source of confusion, though, we figured it could be useful to try to explain some of the broader context around them and to describe the approach we want to take.
Withdrawal of the penis prior to ejaculation during intercourse (coitus interruptus) and periodic abstinence do not effectively prevent pregnancy nor provide protection against STDs.
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While we may personally like some businesses on Stripe and disapprove of others, we want to make as few judgements as possible as a company. That said, we provide financial services, and there are consequently a non-trivial number of restrictions regarding the use of our products.
You can prevent an unwanted pregnancy with: 1- Total Abstinence 2- Use of contraceptives To prevent unwanted pregnancy always use a form of contraception when you are sexually active.