Sex Education: A step-by-step guide to the art of donning a condom

condom1 Sex Education: A step by step guide to the art of donning a condomFinally, you’ve met someone who’s hot, smart and, amazingly enough, wants to have sex with you. You’ve braved the line at the drugstore, bought dozens of brightly colored condoms and now you can’t wait to try ‘em out.Hold on a second, stud. While condom use seems elementary — tear open, roll on, have sex, repeat — there’s actually a right and wrong way to do it. And doing it the wrong way could lead to an accident — one that might result in pregnancy or sexually transmitted disease.

Since Condom 101 will never be a course in school and it’s a little embarrassing to ask your roommate (who, like you, would never admit to not knowing), we have created, with the assistance of the American Social Health Association, a detailed guide guaranteed to increase your pleasure and reduce your risk of all the bad stuff associated with unsafe sex.

Make sure it’s fresh

condom2 Sex Education: A step by step guide to the art of donning a condomYou know that condom you’ve had in your wallet since junior high? Throw it out. For one thing, it’s probably expired. Condoms have expiration dates on their packaging — check it. Also, condoms should also be kept in cool places out of direct sunlight. That’s because latex can become brittle from changes in temperatures, rough handling and age. If a condom looks damaged, discolored, brittle or sticky, cough up a few bucks and buy a fresh pack.

2. Put it on your willy

condom3 Sex Education: A step by step guide to the art of donning a condomWhoa, cowboy. I know you’re excited, but opening condoms with your teeth can tear the condom. Open the wrapper with extreme care. Once you have the condom out of its packaging, squeeze the tip to let the air out as you put it on, unrolling it all the way down the shaft of the erect penis. If it’s not the kind that has a tip for your sperm to swim into, leave a half-inch space at the head. If your condom doesn’t roll, throw it out and grab a new one. Once the condom is in place, smooth out any air bubbles before plunging into your partner.

3. Lubricate, Lubricate, Lubricate

condom4 Sex Education: A step by step guide to the art of donning a condomThere’s no question lubrication can make sex a lot smoother. But like condoms, all lubricants are not created equal. You want to use one that is water based, not one made of baby oil, hand lotion, Vaseline, or vegetable oil. (Don’t ask.) Any oil-based material can cause condoms to deteriorate.

4. Oops! What to do if something goes wrong

condom5 Sex Education: A step by step guide to the art of donning a condomEven if you lubricate with the right stuff, bad things happen sometimes. If the condom breaks anytime during sex, withdraw immediately and put on a new one. If you don’t realize the condom broke until it’s too late, have your partner seek emergency contraception from a health clinic just in case.

5. Post-orgasm

condom6 Sex Education: A step by step guide to the art of donning a condomAfter you finish, get that penis out of there while it’s still hard. Hold the bottom of the condom in place as you pull out so it doesn’t slip off and spill. And if you’re lucky enough to go at it again, use a new condom. This is one time recycling is not a good thing.

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  • sarah

    nice! i remember my first time!

    • lauren

      im 20 its my first time haveing sex and it felt really nice

      • lauren

        my bf licks me right up there aswell as sperms up me and all over my breasts its soo realaxing i think sperm tastes really yum ill av any man avalibale call me if u wanna ride

        • Izzy Isaiah

          What’s ur number? ;-) Send it to my yahoo: ijmk01

  • john smith

    sperm*

  • john smith

    ummm when theres still space at the end for sperp um wat if u cum ALOT?

  • John Smith

    What is the best brand? The only 2 that I know off are Trojan and Durex?

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