When it comes to having protected sex, many of us leave it up to the guy to know how to properly wear a condom. But what we're realizing is that men aren't as vigilant about it as they should be,
Don't be having sex for a bit AND THEN putting it on.
Using condoms (and therefore minimizing the risk of unwanted pregnancies and STDs wooooh!) seems pretty simple right? Pop one on the end of a penis and you're good to go? Well... not really, no. We hate to break it to you
They still have to talk about it.
On Saturday, December 17, the Department of Education (DepEd) clarified it has not yet allowed the Department of Health (DOH) to proceed with their plan of distributing condoms in schools next year. It may be recalled that on December 1, which is
Ugh, so annoying.
Some men (read: indecent a-holes) will always come up with an excuse not to wear a condom during sex. Although it might be true that it feels better without one, it also puts you both at risk for STDs or an
'I have never never seen a penis turn that color before.'
Before rolling out this horrifying list of attempted DIY condoms, allow me to clarify that there is no such thing as a DIY condom, because if it's DIY, it's NOT A CONDOM. If you use a thing that is not
And tons for you, Glen Coco.
Each Olympic athlete was given 42 condoms to last them two full weeks in Rio, meaning there are 450,000 condoms total designated for all of this year's ~*Olympic Games*~. It's unclear if the condoms in the bag Eric is
According to this study, yes.
Well, this is... unexpected. According to a new study conducted by researchers at Southampton and Bristol universities, heterosexual men are less likely to use a condom if they find their casual sexual partner attractive.The group of researchers surveyed 51 heterosexual men
Yes, you can get pregnant with period sex.
1. Having bareback sex the second (or third) time, even if he pulls out.Remember: It only takes ONE sperm to fertilize an egg. Pulling out before he ejaculates puts you at risk of getting pregnant because pre-cum can contain sperm
This is shocking.
1. Only 5 percent of men around the world wear condoms. Keep in mind, this is a cross section of a variety of different countries that may or may not have easy access to contraception. But still, 5 percent is low. Really
No glove, no love.
1. You must use condoms to reduce the risk of STDs and STIs. So far it's the only contraceptive that does that.2. You must NOT feel embarrassed about buying condoms. It shows you engage in safe sex and that you'
Weed-flavored condoms, anyone?
If you've always wondered how great flavored condoms are-or are not-check out these brave souls from BuzzFeed taste test various rubber flavors. We're glad they already did it, 'cos frankly, we don't want to! Hilarious video, though!
Practicing safe sex is really expensive there.
A collapse in oil prices in Venezuela has caused a shortage in basic goods, and many are suffering because of it. Aside from having a short supply of food and medicine, the country is also running out of condoms, making it impossible
Five girls spill the deets on their favorite variants!
Let's talk condoms, CGs. We know how awkward it feels to stop by a drugstore counter to pick a condom. We're also totally aware of the judgmental stares we get from other customers while we go through the colorful
Safety first! Here are 10 rules to live by when using a condom.
Behold, the condom. It has been an object of humor, embarrassment, and machismo since it was mass produced in the early 1900s. It has also been blown up, filled with water, and played with since it first piqued our curiosity. But for
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