Think you know everything about condoms? Just check the expiry date, unwrap and roll on…
Well, according to Lucky Bloke’s Global Condom Review, most people aren’t equipped with important condom know-how. The result? Most people are using the wrong condom. As Melissa White, CEO of Lucky Bloke explains below, the majority of people who dislike condoms are wearing the wrong size, unaware that condoms come in at least three different sizes.
Contrary to popular belief, safer sex doesn’t mean compromising pleasure. In this article, Melissa White offers simple techniques that will surely satisfy.
Amazing sex that is safe and worry free! What can be hotter than that?
This post was originally published on YourTango.
BY MELISSA WHITE | LuckyBloke.com
We truly believe that you can have steamy, hot sex with condoms.
Condoms and pleasure … not possible, you say? Through our Global Condom Review, we’ve proven that safer sex is even hotter than unprotected sex, and we’re ready to bring our expertise to your bedroom (or couch or dining room table).
Here are five easy ways to make sex with condoms even sexier:
1. Use the right size.
Quality and fit are as essential to condoms as they are to any other type of apparel. Could you imagine if bras were available in only one style and only one size? No way!
Don’t worry; if you didn’t realize that condoms come in multiple sizes, you’re not alone. In fact, most condom users have no idea and people who really dislike condoms often wear the wrong size.
Not sure what the perfect size is for you or your partner? All you need is an empty toilet paper roll. By inserting the erect penis into an empty toilet paper roll, you can figure out the perfect condom size by using the following guidelines:
- If there’s extra room, use small-sized condoms (the best fit for 30-35 percent of men).
- If there’s just enough room, use standard-sized condoms (the best fit for 50 percent of men).
- If it’s too tight, use large-sized condoms (the best fit for 15-20 percent of men).
2. Get creative with sex positions.
Putting on a condom is only awkward if you let it be. Instead, make it a hot sex move. Give your partner a sexy back view by climbing on top into a reverse cowgirl position and rolling the condom on yourself.
If you’re looking to spice things up further, use your mouth. Dab your lips with lube, then lightly suck the condom into your mouth with the nipple-end facing inward. Make sure you carefully wrap your lips over your teeth. Place your mouth at the head of his penis, push your lips against the ring of the condom, slide it down his shaft and unroll the rest with your hand. Voilà!
There’s no doubt that your partner will be impressed with your skills.
3. Don’t be afraid of lube.
Most condom users don’t realize that using lube with condoms dramatically increases pleasure for both partners.
Before you put on the condom, place two drops of lube inside. This increases sensation at the supersensitive head of his penis. Apply lube generously to the outside of the condom for increased pleasure. Once condom users experiment with lube they rarely go without.
Not sure which lube to choose? Try a lube sampler, which allows you to try out some of the world’s top lubes without investing in a whole bottle.
4. Make a V with your pointer and middle fingers, then place it between your legs.
Press it against the base of his penis as he thrusts. This gives him more stimulation where the condom is tightest, or most numbing.
5. Try a vibrating ring.
Many drugstores carry vibrating rings in their condom aisle; however, this is also an item you can pick up at an adult boutique. A vibrating ring is a plastic band attached to a buzzing nub. Place the band around the base of the condom, with the nub facing your clitoris, and enjoy the pulsating ride. Not only will you receive extra stimulation, but the vibrating sensations will also tease and tantalize your partner!
Ready to improve your sex life with condoms? Head on over to theCondomReview.com where you can buy the best condom samplers available, featuring the top-rated condoms from our recent Global Condom Review. (Based on the findings of 1100 Participants in 21 countries!) Curious about lube? We’ve got amazing lube samplers, too!