How To Use Condoms
When you understand how to use condoms, you'll have a more satisfying sex life. Nothing cramps your style more than doing the deed while worrying about pregnancy or STDs. Eradicate the worry by perfecting your condom know-how with choice, wisdom, skill and class.
- Choice. If you want to know how to use condoms correctly, start with what you buy. Don't ask your drinking buddy to borrow one of his. Go to the store and purchase a box yourself. Condoms come in basically two types, latex or polyurethane. You're more likely to find latex, so go with that. There are lubricated and non-lubricated varieties. Unless she's like Niagara Falls, lubricated is always best and they slip on easiest. What about size? Knowing how to use condoms means choosing the proper size, and unless you're built like a porn star, that size will be regular. Go with large only if you're well endowed. There are different styles, such as ribbed. Ribbed is designed to enhance her pleasure, but that doesn't mean that's guaranteed to happen.
- Wisdom. Knowing how to use condoms means having the wisdom to introduce them the right way. Women are complicated creatures. Are you trying to coax her into the sack for the first time? Don't throw your condom packet on the coffee table along with your car keys. That's now how to use condoms. Wait. Romance her. Take one out when the time is right and you know that sex is a certainty. But if you've been having sex for a while, keep one on the bedside table for easy access. That's better than getting out of bed.
- Skill. When you're erect, that's the time to put on a condom. To use a condom properly, you should always put it on before intercourse, not in the middle of it. If you recently bought a box of condoms, the expiration date should be fine. If it's been sitting on your dresser for a while, check the date and make sure the box is not old. If it is, go buy another box. When you're ready for sex, take the condom out of its package, make sure the roll is on the outside and slowly roll the condom on your erect penis as far as it will go.
- Class. When you're learning how to use condoms, you'll need to include some class. Don't leave your used condom at the foot of her bed. After you've ejaculated, slowly remove the condom, place it in some toilet paper and throw it in the trash can, not the toilet. Condoms should not be flushed.