Choosing and Make use of a Condom

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According to condom pioneers Durex, the message is simple: condoms are the only form of protection that can help stop the transmission of STIs and prevent pregnancy. And we happen to agree with them.In this day and age, with so many different colours, textures and varieties of condoms available there is no excuse for not protecting yourself and your lover from infection and unplanned pregnancy.This guide lelo will explain exactly why condoms are so important, how to use them and how to choose the right style of condom to suit your needs.To watch videos, you need Version 9 or greater of the Flash Player.Click here to see which Flash Version you have.If you have Version 8 or less, get the latest Flash Player here.You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser.How to Use a CondomFirst things first: never use a condom more than once and always put a condom on your partner's penis before penetrative play begins, as early stages of an erection can contain sperm and organisms that can cause STIs.

To use a condom, remove the condom from its foil wrapper by tearing along one side and removing the condom inside. Air trapped inside a condom could cause it to break. To avoid this, squeeze the closed (teat-like) end of your condom between your cheap sex toys forefinger and thumb and place the condom over your partner's erect penis, making sure that the roll is on the outside. While still squeezing the closed end, use your free hand to unroll the condom down the shaft of your partner's penis.Make sure that the condom stays in place during sex, and if it rolls up, roll it back into place before continuing with your sex shenanigans. If the condom slips off, dispose of it and apply a new condom before sex continues.After your partner has ejaculated, withdraw his penis while still holding the condom firmly in place then wrap the condom in a tissue and dispose of it in the bin. Never flush a condom down the toilet.Which is the Best Condom?There are loads of different condoms available, including flavoured for oral sex, extra safe, delay varieties and non-latex for anyone with an allergy to the standard latex used with most condoms. Scroll through below for our lowdown and top suggestions from my blog customers:Best for: Lasting LongerDelay CondomsDelay condoms are a great way to prolong pleasure. Using a tiny amount of the light anesthetic benzocaine, they reduce sensitivity throughout the whole of his penis, effectively working to delay ejaculation.They have exactly the same features as regular condoms, .

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