Masturbation Month Article Hub

Want to get more in touch with yourself? Sweet! It’s high time to toss those harmful stigmas aside, practice self-pleasure and sensuously stroke your… ego. The reason? It’s pleasin’ season! May is National Masturbation Month, which is the reason we created this one-stop-information-shop. 

STD and STI Article Hub

April fooled into unsafe sex? Wondering what you’re up against? Never fear, for all the vital information you need is right here. Introducing The Condom Depot Learning Center’s brand spanking new, all-inclusive STD and STI Article Hub!

Scared of Sex: When Safety Isn’t Enough

Paranoia will destroy ya. Just ask my growing sense of sexual frustration and my seriously nubby fingernails. At times, I’ve even become so scared of the possible outcomes of having sex, being safer simply isn’t enough reassurance. In turn, this sexually-induced anxiety made me turn to extended periods of intentional abstinence.

Shigella: The Real Risk of Rimming

Mmm… rimjobs. Am I right? But, did you know participating in unprotected anilingus can result in retching? Really. Read on to learn how to avoid shigella, the anus-to-oral transmittable STI.

Carcinogens in Condoms?

The most recent condom rumor to leave the mill is that condoms can cause cancer. Since this is news to us, we decided to do a little research and were delighted to find that this condom myth has not just been busted, but has been beaten into the ground like the dead horse it is.

Our Top Ten Silicone-Lubricated Condoms

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.

How Obesity Impacts Sex

Struggling against obesity isn’t all about dodging heart attacks and counting calories, it’s also about improving the quality and frequency of your sex life.

Next Gen Gardasil Shot

Hopefully, you already know about HPV, the skin-to-skin sexually transmitted virus with over 40 distinct subtypes, some of which can cause oral, anal or cervical cancer or genital warts.

Q: Why is There Blood in My Semen?

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

Vasectomies and Condoms

Male contraception is a hot topic in male rights community, especially with Vasalgel being in the testing stages this year. But, until it’s approved, men still have less options when it comes to contraception than women do. For this reason, vasectomies continue to remain a popular choice with those who do not wish to have […]