Your Sex Education Questions Answered @ The Condom Depot Learning Center

Ask the Safer Sexperts at The Condom Depot Learning Center your sex education questions. We'll answer your questions about anatomy, STD/STIs, contraception and more! Have a question we haven't answered yet? Submit your question here!

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Q: Can Men Get Yeast Infections?

Q: Can men get yeast infections? I am a female and I have a yeast infection. Will my boyfriend get it if we have sex?

Q: Can I use PVC gloves as a dental dam?

Q: Can I use PVC gloves as a dental dam? 

Q: Why is There Blood in My Semen?

A: Ejaculating blood-tinged semen is simply the body’s way of saying something is wrong.

Does Jelqing Jeopardize Erections?

Theoretically, jelqing seems like a fantastic idea! An all-natural method for increasing the length of your penis? Yes, please!

Age Restrictions on Buying Condoms?

Here at the Condom Depot Learning Center we get asked a whole lot of reader questions, but one keeps popping up again and again– are there any age restrictions for buying condoms?

Is It Time for a Pregnancy Test?

Let’s face it: everyone makes mistakes. There’s no shame in that, but if you are capable of getting pregnant and you’ve had sex with someone who’s capable of getting you pregnant, you may need to use a pregnancy test at some point in your life– even if you are super safe.

What is HPV?

With all the trouble with the Gardasil vaccination (including it not working so well for black women and it not being allotted to those over the age of 26), we’ve been hearing a lot about HPV in the news lately. But just what is this STD and what will happen if you, like over half […]

So, You’ve Got Penoscrotal Webbing? No Problem.

Penoscrotal webbing can reduce your condom purchasing options.

The Lowdown on Vaginal Contraceptive Film (VCF)

Vaginal Contraceptive Film (VCF) is a little, clear, rectangularly-shaped contraceptive device that is widely available to the general public and yet is often an unknown option when it comes to protection.

Pregnancy: How Does It Happen?

For many who aren’t trying to conceive or want to wait to have kids, an unexpected pregnancy can be a very scary outcome from having unsafe sex.