Condoms For Beginners

Condoms For Beginers

Condoms can be intimidating to buy as there is so many different options from sizes, flavors, designs, and textures. This guide will give you lots of useful information on choosing the right condom, how to put them on/take them off, types and more.


What is a condom?

 Condoms are sleeves that fit over the penis to provide protection against unwanted pregnancy, and the transmission of sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Condoms can also enhance play with textures and flavors. They also provide and extra peace of mind so you can focus on the moment and optimize sexual happiness.


How to put on a condom.

  1. Check the expiration date on the wrapper.
  2. Push the condom in the pack down from where you are going to tear the pack open. Make sure to not rip the condom inside.
  3. You will need to make sure that the penis is fully erect before putting on a condom.
  4. Leave around ¼ to ½ and inch extra space at the top of the condom and pinch out any air that may be trapped. This will reduce the chance of the condom breaking.
  5. When rolling the condom on the penis make sure there is no bubbles or air pockets as you roll it down.
  6. When applied rub some lube onto the condom and now you are ready for sex.


How to remove a condom.

  1. After orgasm, pull out before the penis starts going soft.
  2. Hold on to the open end of the condom to avoid fluids leaking out.
  3. Put it in the garbage.


Different Types of Condoms

The condom industry has a vast number of options for you to choose from. Below is listed the more popular variants of condoms that you will be able to choose from.


Regular Condoms

Regular Condoms are designed to offer the best fit for most gentlemen. Their size, thickness, and ability to protect makes them one of the best condoms for beginners.


Different Size Condoms

Everyone comes in all different shapes and sizes and that’s why it’s important to wear a condom that fits you. Not only will having the wrong size feel uncomfortable during sex, but it can also lead to the condom not being as effective. If you find that you are bigger than average extra-large condoms might be the option for you. If you are under average, then small condoms might be the option for you. If it fits properly and is put on correctly that’s what matters.


Extra Safe Condoms

Extra Safe condoms offer an increased thickness and more lubrication. They offer a great peace of mind during sex and are also often used for anal sex. These provide more safety without compromising on pleasure.


Extra Sensitive Condoms

With extra sensitive condoms they are made to have a skin-on-skin feeling without losing the safety of wearing a condom.


Latex-Free Condoms

If you have a latex allergies or normal condoms irritate your skin, non-latex condoms are a great alternative. They are made to the same standard as regular condoms.


Female Condoms

Female Condoms can be inserted hours before intercourse. They allow you to continue your activity without interruption. Also, they are an alternative for those who don’t enjoy the sensation of male condoms.


Flavored Condoms

These condoms come with a tasty little twist. Flavored condoms are an interesting way to spice things up. Mainly used for oral sex flavored condoms come in a wide variety of tastes, from fruity to minty. Using these condoms for oral sex also can help protect you from oral STDs.


Textured Condoms

Textured condoms are made to add another experience to sex while still being protected. These feature dots, ribs, and beads to elevate your pleasure. Textured condoms are a great way to explore different sensations and be safe.


Delay Condoms

Delaying condoms use a tiny amount of anesthetic benzocaine that will reduce sensitivity through the whole penis delaying ejaculation which keeps the pleasure going longer. These condoms have the same safety as regular condoms but are usually slightly thicker.


Tips for Using a Condom

  • Use the condom the correct way from start to finish
  • Use a new condom every time you have sex
  • If the penis is uncircumcised, pull the foreskin back before putting the condom on.
  • If you feel a condom break while you are having sex, STOP immediately and pull out. Do not continue until you have put on a new condom.
  • Don’t flush used/old condoms down the toilet as they may cause problems in the sewers.
  • Beware of drugs and alcohol and they can affect your judgment and you may use the condom incorrectly and/or forget to use a condom.


 How Effective Are Condoms?

When condoms are used correctly, they are 98% effective.


Remember that no method is 100% effective. There is always a possibility of pregnancy, HIV, or STIs. It’s good to be educated and follow/practice the proper methods.

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