Here at the Condom Depot Learning Center, we participate in a whole lot of sex talk. As a lifelong lover of sexual vernacular, I say, “Bring it on!” You, our CDLC readers and Condom Depot customers, have inspired me to create an A-Z of my absolute favorite sex terms, all of which I’ve been lucky enough to use openly while […]
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.
When it comes to boobgasms and sex flush, we’ve already discussed vasocongestion. But what’s the deal with vasocongestion of the testicles–more commonly known as blue balls?
Well, wouldn’t you know it? Condoms are NOT knit together by tiny latex gnomes (unlike I previously thought).
We are so grateful for our readers as November ends. You guys supplied us with some really wonderful and thought-provoking questions about bacteria, sex toy recycling, prostate massagers, and whole bunch of other stuff this month. So, thank to you and without further ado, please read on for November 2014’s Reader Questions.
We’ve all heard the many myths out there surrounding condoms. Watch out, rubber rumor mill, ‘cause I’m about to bust these top five condom myths!
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