Hopefully everyone uses condoms when engaging in sexual intercourse, but more importantly it’s so important to wear them correctly.
A new study from the University of Kentucky says that 30% of men wear their condoms incorrectly!
Getting the condom, and putting it on when things are hot, steamy and wet is hard enough as it is; but to get it on correctly, now that’s another story.
Unraveling the condom before actually rolling it onto the penis can damage the latex causing it to be ineffective in preventing pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases.
To put a condom on correctly: carefully remove the condom from the package, and be careful to not rip the condom in doing so. It’s never good to use your teeth, as you can puncture the condom without even knowing it. Wah!
Once you’ve taken the condom out, pinch the tip of the condom to remove any air from the reservoir (tip of the condom) so the ejaculation has a place to go. Leaving no room at the end could force the semen to leak out or even cause the condom to break.
Then while holding the tip of the condom, place the condom on the penis and roll it down. The condom should fit to the base of the penis. The rim of the condom at the base should also fit comfortably and not be stretched thin, if it is stretched, the condom is probably too tight for your girth.
The size of your condom is also very important. Using a condom too small for your penis can not only affect your sexual performance by limiting blood flow, but it can also cause the condom to rip more easily.
Sure, guys, I know you want to wear Magnum’s to boast about how large you penis is, but truth is, if the condom is too big it could slip off, get lost inside of the girl, or anus… or it could cause the fluid inside to leak out of it. You’re better off using a condom that fits you properly.
*if you want to carry a Gold wrapper that’s not a Magnum, Lifestyles Skyn condoms get great reviews are feel close to natural.
Lube is also a main reason for condom failure, as any type of oil based product, such a baby oil, coconut oil, or moisturizer will weaken the latex causing tears or full breakage.
The last and biggest mistake people make is not using them at all, or after its already gone inside of the woman. Pre-ejaculatory fluid contains semen, it can also transmit STI’s. Make sure to put a condom on before you begin bumping uglies, even if it’s just for a split second, it only takes one.
Use condoms and have safe sex
or Just Blau Me.