Protection is about avoiding STI's. It's peace in mind too.
Come and check out what condoms I use and recommend using.
SKYN ELITE are my go to condoms. They are latex free and my husband says "It doesn't feel like your wearing one" This is amazing for people who get the flop when wearing one. But let's talk about the flop further down ⬇️
You can purchase SKYN ELITE here.
Durex Thin Feel
Durex Thin Feel is my second recommendation behind SKYN. These condoms do contain latex so please consider if your partner is allergic before putting on.
Let's face it, if you've being monogamous for a while, you won't be used to wearing a condom. When putting one on, you go soft. Here are some tips to ensure you don't flop when it comes to getting down to it.
Get into the right frame of mind.
See condoms as a good thing, lots of men will see condoms as a bad thing which subconsciously makes you not want to wear one. Get excited over condoms and tune your mind into the end of your penis with what you can feel.
Practice, Practice, Practice.
Ever heard of a posh w*nk? Yup, get it on and get a custom to wearing it. If you have a partner, put one on and get the feeling of it.Also, a posh w*nk if you don't know is masterbating with the condom on.
Don't just go for one brand and expect wonders, buy different brands of condoms and see what works for you.
Why Safe Sex is Important
Safe sex is an essential aspect of sexual health and well-being. It involves taking measures to protect oneself and one's partners from sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and unintended pregnancies. In this article, we will explore the importance of safe sex and the various methods available to practice it.
One of the most significant reasons for practicing safe sex is to prevent the spread of STIs. These infections, such as HIV, herpes, and syphilis, can have serious and long-lasting health consequences if left untreated. Some STIs, such as HIV and herpes, are incurable and can even be fatal. Safe sex practices, such as using condoms and getting tested regularly, can help prevent the spread of STIs and protect one's sexual health.
Another important aspect of safe sex is protecting against unintended pregnancies. Unplanned pregnancies can have a significant impact on one's life, both emotionally and financially. The use of contraception, such as condoms, birth control pills, and intrauterine devices (IUDs), can greatly reduce the risk of unintended pregnancies.
Safe sex also promotes mutual respect and trust in sexual relationships. By communicating openly and honestly about sexual health, and taking steps to protect oneself and one's partners, individuals can foster a deeper level of trust and intimacy in their relationships.
Safe sex is also important for people who are in non-monogamous relationships, such as those in the swinger lifestyle, as it helps to protect partners from STIs and unintended pregnancies. It also promotes trust, respect and open communication between partners.
It's worth noting that safe sex is not only about physical health, but also about emotional and mental well-being. Taking steps to protect oneself and one's partners can help reduce the risk of feeling guilty, ashamed, or anxious about sexual health.