How To Use a Condom-A Guide for Adults.


How To Use a Condom-A Guide for Adults.


It's easy to complain about condoms, claiming that they're inconvenient or dull sensitivity, but the truth is that they may be a lot more enjoyable than most people believe. This is your guide to selecting the best condom for you.

Condom Basics

Let's start with a quick overview. Condoms are used to prevent pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases (STIs). Latex and polyurethane condoms are the two most common types. Condoms made of animal skin (usual lamb) are also available, but they do not protect against sexually transmitted infections. Condoms are available in many different shapes, sizes, and materials. They can either be lubricated or not. Spermicide is also found in some condoms.

How to Put One On

If you're new to condom use or haven't had much experience with them, I recommend trying to put them on your own first to get a feel for how they operate. Repeat the procedure until it becomes second nature. It may appear to be a waste of condoms, but not having anxiety when with a partner will make it all worthwhile.

Remove the condom from its wrapping first. One of the most common blunders is putting a condom on backward and then discovering that it won't unroll.

Play around with the rim to make sure you know which way it goes.

Put a few drops of water- or silicone-based lubrication within the condom's tip to make condom use much more comfortable. (Never use condoms with oil-based lubes!)

Pinch the tip of the condom to make room for your penis or toy, then place it over your penis or toy. If you're not yet circumcised, gently push your foreskin back before putting the condom on. (This allows your foreskin to move freely within the condom.) Roll the condom all the way down to the base of your penis or toy with one hand while holding the condom's tip.

Find Your Size

Condoms come in a variety of sizes. The belief that all condoms are the same is the most common condom myth, and it's one of the main reasons why so many people dislike using them. As a result, when I came across the brand Lucky Bloke a few years ago, I was ecstatic. They've made it their job to assist people in selecting the best condom for their needs.

Lucky Bloke offers a simple size technique for toilet paper rolls. Fill an empty toilet paper roll with your erect penis or sex toy. Look for condoms in the tight-fit category if you have excess circumference. According to Lucky Bloke, approximately 35% of men fall into this category. Look for medium or regular-size condoms if the toilet paper roll fits perfectly. 50 percent of guys fall into this category. If it's a tight fit, you'll need a large condom. About 15% of men fall into this category. You may also get a sampler pack including small, medium, and big sizes if you're not sure what size to get. If you're unsure whether you're on the smaller or larger side, check out their Perfect Fit Finder sample packs (use the same link as above), which come in small to medium and medium to large sizes.

Remember that condom sizing is similar to garment sizing in that it's tempting to grab the size you desire or think you should be. However, you'll feel a lot more at ease if you select the size that best fits your body.

Experiment With Extras

For added excitement, condoms can be ribbed or studded. Ultrathin condoms, which promise more sensation than conventional condoms, are available. Thin condoms, contrary to popular belief, are less likely to break. Condoms with extra room around the head are known as "pleasure fit." (Some men find that having more room makes them more sensitive.) I strongly advise you to take a number of various possibilities for a test drive. Themed trail packs are available in both physical and online sex shops, such as Condomania and Condom Depot. Going through so many various condom alternatives might make condom use more enjoyable, and you're more likely to select a brand or design that you like.

Avoid using Desensitizing, Arousing, or Flavored Condoms

Condoms prepared with desensitizing gels are also available. Some condoms, on the other hand, claim to offer "arousing" properties, such as heat or chilling sensations. There are also flavored condoms, which are commonly used during blowjobs. In general, I'm not a big fan of these kinds of condoms because they can include chemicals that I don't want near my most sensitive body areas. They can induce side effects, such as skin irritations. If you want to give one of these a shot, make sure your spouse is on board.

Use Condoms on Toys

Cleaning up using condoms on toys is quicker and easier. In a given sex session, you may also swiftly swap out condoms to safely utilize the device on a different partner. When utilizing a toy, you might not think about sizing, but it's a good idea. If you have a condom that fits your toy properly, you'll be less likely to have slippage.

Female Condoms

A female condom resembles a male condom; however, it features two soft, flexible rings instead of one. To insert the condom into the vaginal canal, you squeeze the inner ring. The condom is held in place by the inner ring, which pops up around the cervix. The outer ring adheres to the labia's outer edge. Condoms for women can also be used anally. Only the inner ring needs to be removed before installation.

The female condom has the advantage of being able to be inserted up to four hours before sex. Making small talk on your dinner date with a condom hopefully poised in your vagina may seem a little strange, but at least you won't have to worry about fumbling with a wrapper.

The FC2 Female Condom and the Pasante are the most widely available. Both are more costly than condoms for men.

Men who suffer from performance anxiety or who dislike using condoms, in general, may find that having intercourse with a woman who is wearing a female condom is particularly pleasurable. You won't have to worry about trying to put on a condom while praying that your erection doesn't disappear. You also don't have to be concerned about the condom sliding off if your erection fails halfway through. Some males prefer the female condom to the male condom since it does not have the constraining tightness of a male condom.

Condom Care

Because condoms do expire, always check the expiration date before using one. If it's past its expiration date, it's more likely to break.

Keep them out of your wallet. They'll become overheated and are more likely to break. It's fine to keep a condom in your wallet or pocket before a date, but not for more than a day.

Always apply lubricant. This is a step that many people overlook, yet it can make a significant difference in the overall experience. It's slicker and feels closer to condom-free sex. Condoms can also be kept from breaking with the use of lube.

When you're done using your condom, make sure to keep your grip on the condom's base while you draw it out! Otherwise, it may fall off and become lodged in your companion. (If this happens, talk to your doctor about switching to Plan B and getting tested for STIs.) If you wish to avoid spillage, tie it in a knot and throw it away in a dustbin. Don't throw it in a toilet.

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