The closer you are to ovulation the easier it is to get pregnant. Remember that those little guys (sperm) can live for days. Ovulation GENERALLY takes place in the middle of your cycle. PLEASE do not use this as a means of birth control; I can guarantee it will NOT work. You may not have access to birth control pills but anyone can buy a condom! No excuse!
First how old are you? The best time Is when your not ovulating. But its best to use protection. Birth control condoms and if you don't use any you can take the morning after pill. There always option and don't give in to pressure from your boyfriend/girlfriend!
When you're ready to possibly have to take care of a baby and/or deal with an STD on a financial, physical and emotional level. That's when the time is right... Which means obviously not right now. Even when you use a condom and Birth control, there's still a risk of getting pregnant and/or contracting an STD. NOTHING is 100% safe except NOT being sexually active... Oral sex can also cause you to contract STD's... Intercourse, well, obviously that can cause pregnancy and/or STD's.... Trust me when I tell you that 30 seconds of "pleasure" if you think that's what you're getting... It's not worth the hassle and consequences that may possibly follow.
When he's wearing a condom and she's on the pill. Why would you want to have unprotected sex anyways - you may end up with the gift that keeps on giving
I have to add - I'm not an advocate for premarital sex but come on now really the best answer tou can come up with is "when you're married" preaching abstinence doesn't work teaching preventative care is more effective
If you are on a 28-32 day cycle avoid days 10 to 18 of your cycle starting with the first day of your last period. If you haven't had a period in awhile [few months], consult a doctor then.
I'd like to point at that all of you are "assuming" that this person is asking about "unprotected sex". No where in the question does it say "unprotected" or "without condoms". Not to mention telling someone to wait for sex until they are married never works. Look at the last 100 years and you'll get my point. So if "marriage" or "using condoms" is your answer to this, then you are wasting your time commenting. Those are "givens". For all you know they are using condoms and just want to know the days to avoid in the event a condom breaks. Your personal views and bias shouldn't be used to answer a question. Just answer it and move on. *Think Outside The Box*