Whether you are an anal sex aficionado, someone who experiences vaginal dryness or a person who has trouble with frequent yeast infections, silicone-lubricated condoms offer a unique safer sex solution to all of these common sexual situations.
While I appreciate the finely-tuned game of a smooth-as-silk player, I prefer my condoms to be anything but smooth.
The FDA currently considers anal sex very dangerous– so dangerous, in fact, that they won’t approve any condoms for anal usage. Whether they’re right or not, the call has gone out for a better anal condom, but so far, nothing is available for purchase.
Chances are, even if you have been a long-time condom user, you may not know a whole lot about non-lubricated condoms.
Sure, no one will get pregnant from giving or getting fellatio, but did you know you can still get plenty of STDs from unprotected oral sex?
CondomDepot.com, the nation’s leading distributor of condoms, safer sex products and information, is pleased to announced the winners of its 15th Anniversary World’s Best Condom Awards.
Splish splash! If you love the cool, refreshing feel of water-based lubes, you have plenty of condom options!
Originally, most condoms were made from cecum, which is the inner lining of an animal’s intestine (like a sheep or a cow). Lambskin condoms still are, but even latex condoms use casein, which is a protein found in milk. You can see how this would present a conundrum for our vegan-minded safe sex practitioners.
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