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: Safe sex for transgender men?

Q: I have a very particular question regarding safe sex between two trans men who have not had lower surgery.

Q: It’s my first time receiving anal. HELP!

Q: My boyfriend and I are ready to have sex for the first time. The only thing is, we’re gay and neither one of us know anything about anal beyond what we’ve seen in porn. If I’m on the bottom, what am I expected to do? How can I make sure I’m clean? Is it […]

Q: Are Thinner Condoms More Likely to Break?

Q: My interest is piqued whenever I hear about extra thin or extra sensitive condoms. I’d think that something that was extra thin would run a greater risk at being extra unsafe! I mean, if they are so safe, then why aren’t all condoms extra thin?

Q: What do I do if I have a bacterial overgrowth, like mycoplasm hominis?

Q: Hi. I am writing from Italy. I am suffering from Mycoplasm Hominis disease. I took antibiotics but the disease is still an issue. Please help.

Safer Sex FAQ

Q: Safer sex for transgender women?

Q: Last week, I saw that you covered safe sex for trans men. But what about trans women? What can we do to stay healthy?

HELP! I’m Having Sex For the First Time!

Having sex got the first time can be exciting and nerve-wracking. How do you know if you’re doing it right? How do you avoid some of the biggest risks of having sex?

What is a Condom?

A condom is a contraceptive device. That means that it is used during sex to prevent pregnancy. But unlike hormonal contraception (like the birth control pill), condoms can also prevent the spread of sexually transmitted diseases.