When used properly, condoms are scientifically proven to effectively protect against STDs and to prevent unwanted pregnancies. However, occasionally a condom can rip during use. What causes condoms to break?
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Determining when fertility begins after a pregnancy can be a bit complicated. Can a mother who is breastfeeding become pregnant? How can post-delivery dryness be overcome?
While condoms are a fast and easy contraceptive tool, there are others out there that you may want to know more about. Condom Depot’s staff of Safer Sexperts have compiled all of our hormonal contraception articles in one easy to find place to help you make an educated decision on what methods you want to use.
With programs like the Great American Condom Campaign, which has donated millions of condoms to college campuses all over America, free condoms are almost a perk of college life on many campuses.
Anytime the pull-out method is mentioned, there are legions of people willing to tell you either their horror or success stories. This is why it’s always important to remember that a plural of anecdote isn’t data.
Due largely to the legal drinking age being 18 instead of 21 in other nations, the top Spring Break destinations of 2017 are international ones. So what’s the simplest way to stay safer while humping your way across the globe? By bringing your own travel condoms from home, of course!
Recently an article of mine, “Five Best Condoms For Anal Sex,” gained some traction on our Tumblr site. One of the reasons that it was gaining so much attention was that people were alarmed by the fact that there are no condoms in existence that are FDA approved for anal sex.
We here at the Condom Depot Learning Center have been getting a lot of questions lately about condom length. “Is my condom too long?” you ask. “Will it come off if it isn’t long enough?” And perhaps, most importantly, “What’s better length or girth?”
We’ve previously written on how to ask your partner to wear a condom and sure, that article might have come across as a little, well, assertive. But February is National Condom Month and we all know how important it is to stay safe.