Condom Mistakes Most Men Don't Know They Are Making
Even though raw sex is on the rise in the gay world, many men are making the choice to wrap it up. I will spare you the health lecture because we have all heard it at least 1,000 times. But many men are making crucial mistakes when it comes to condom use. Strapping it and sticking it won't do the trick. Make sure that you are doing it right !
You're Not Leaving Space at the Tip
Sure it looks a little odd having extra latex space between your dick and the end of the condom, but that small bit of space is crucial for your semen to have a place to go. They can break the condom and spill if you have it rolled too tight.
You're Putting it on Too Late
Men's Health Magazine reported that up to 51% of men put on a condom after they've already begun intercourse. You need to wrap it up before you slide in because you can release fluids unaware putting you both at risk. And it also keeps you from busting a nut too soon. This can prevent pre-ejaculation.
You're Not Using Lube
This condom commandment is broken at most bath houses and adult bookstore. If you are lucky to be given a condom, you don't have any lube for said condom so you just go for broke. Unless the condom specifically says that it's lubricated, you've got to do that yourself! Condoms have a 14% rate of breaking when you don't lube it up. I suggest taking a small bottle of lube with
you. Swiss Navy Water Based lubricant feels silkly and has a no spill tip. It fits in your pocket and the pump handle gives you the right amount everytime.
You're Storing Them Improperly
19% of men in studies stored their protection incorrectly. There are specific storing instructions on condom boxes that outline weather and lighting conditions, but most men store them in a wallet or in an area that gets too much light which wears the latex.
You're Not Removing the Extra Air
Something as simple as squeezing the extra room at the tip of your condom can help prevent it from breaking. 41% of men admitted that they didn't squeeze the tip during their last sexual encounter. If you're not going to squeeze, you shouldn't smush!
Good Brands that Give Pleasure and Protection
Wearing a condom doesn't have to be dull. Today you can get the maximum amount of sensation just by making the best selection. Trojan Thintensity condoms have an ultra smooth lubricant and it shaped for sensitivity. Men have reported not noticing they are wearing them. Should
you have issues putting your condom on then the Sensis Quick Strip Condoms are perfect. The patented Quik Strips work much like the pull-off tabs on a band-aid, as if you were a world-expert condom applier: appropriate spacing at the reservoir tip reduces chance of breakage. And you can even put it on in the dark and still get it right. Be sure to keep these tips in mind when you are about to get busy.
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