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Hot Date? Insert This Condom In Advance!

Posted on Saturday, February 8, 2014 in Sexy Saturdays

Ms. Robin, Sex Goddess logoHappy Sexy Saturday! It’s still February which means it’s still National Condom Month! As such, today I’m writing about insertive condoms, AKA “female” condoms. Insertive condoms though slightly less effective than traditional condoms have a few perks over traditional condoms:

  • Easy pre-planning. Let’s say you have a date. While you’re getting ready for your date, if you think you may want to have sex with the person you’re going on the date with you can insert this condom into the vaginal or anal orifice up to 8 hours in advance. This allows for spontaneous safer sex.
  • Extra protection. Offers protection not available with traditional condoms as it covers more than the just the shaft of a penis or phallus. Insertive condoms cover the female labia and the rim of the anus making these areas of the genitals less susceptible to infections transmitted by skin to skin contact such as herpes and genital warts. That’s hot!
  • One size fits most. Insertive condoms come in one size. Usually that sucks – and not in a good way – but in this case it’s just fine. Insertive condoms are large enough to accommodate larger size penises and phallic toys. The design of insertive condom lends well to various sizes.

Due to the somewhat newness of insertive condoms, I highly suggest touching and getting some practice putting in the insertive condom before taking the show on the road – so to speak. When you‘re ready to insert this awesome condom here’s what you do:

  1. Make sure you have an insertive condom handy.
  2. Tell your partner what you’d like to do with her/him or have done to you using said condom. After getting or giving consent you’re ready to move on.
  3. Check the expiration date on the package of the condom. Most people don’t drink spoiled milk, using the same logic; you should not use an expired condom.
  4. Pillow test the package by placing it between your pointer finger and thumb. Gently squeeze the package making sure there’s air in the package. If there is no air get a new condom as that one has been compromised and may have rips and tears. insertive condom in use
  5. Slide the condom to one side of the package and carefully open the package using both hands NOT your teeth.
  6. Remove the condom from the package and expand the condom its full length. You’ll see a flexible, removable ring inside the closed end of the condom. At the open end of the condom there will be a soft, flexible ring that will remain outside the vagina or anus.
  7. Apply water-based or silicone-based lube to the outside of the closed end of the condom to increase pleasurable sensations and condom durability. This step is optional.
  8. Pinch the condom and inner ring at the closed end and insert the condom into the orifice to be penetrated (not the mouth – use a dental dam or traditional condom for safer oral sex). If having vaginal sex insert the condom in as far as you can. If having anal sex consider removing the inner ring and be sure to insert at least 1 inch into the anus.
  9. Hold the outer ring in place while you guide a penis or phallus into the condom.
  10. Enjoy sex.
  11. After you or your partner comes hold the outer ring in place while taking the penis or phallus out of whatever orifice you was lucky enough to be penetrated.
  12. Twist the end of the portion of the condom that has remained outside the orifice and remove the condom.
  13. Tie the condom in a knot and run it through your thumb and fingers to check for rips and tears. If fluid comes out when you do this your condom was compromised during your sexy experience. In which case, you and your partner should get tested for STIs in about 2 weeks.  Consider taking the morning after pill within the next 72-120 hours to prevent unintended pregnancy, if applicable.
  14. If there are no rips and tears, wrap the used condom in tissue and throw it in the garbage.
  15. Thank your partner for a safer and sexy experience.

Sounds a lot like the instructions in last week’s article on using traditional condoms, right? That’s because the process is somewhat similar with the exception of how to wear these condoms. For those of you wondering why I use “insertive” condom, I’ve already addressed that in Traditional and Insertive Condoms posted back in early October. If you’re sexy and you know it, you’ll check it out. Until next Saturday…

Keep it safe and sexy,

Ms. Robin, the Sex Goddess

Have a topic or question you’d like me to address in a future Sexy Saturdays article? Send it to me at RMills@sexucation.org.

 

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