[How to use condoms] Here are 10 things you may not know about condoms

Condoms are an essential sex toy. Wearing a condom is a man’s duty. But why do we need to wear them in the first place? It is to protect each other, avoiding unwanted pregnancies and dangerous sexually transmitted diseases in your partner. It’s also to protect the trust between the couple. However, condoms are not simply a good idea to wear them. If used in an undue manner, they can become useless as a contraceptive.

Have you ever thought, “If I put it on before ejaculation, I won’t get pregnant”? Are you reapplying a condom that is on the wrong side of the condom or using it without letting the air out of the semen pool? These are all dangerous ideas and uses, but they are often overlooked. In order to make love to your partner, you need to know exactly what to do with them. In this article, we will thoroughly explain the correct way to put on a condom, how to use it, and what to look out for.

What is the purpose of wearing a condom?

Many men say, “It’s a pain in the ass to wear a condom ……” or “You don’t have to wear one, just go out and do it. I’m sure you’ve thought about it. Sure, it’s a hassle to always wear a rubber during sex, and it’s more comfortable to insert yourself into a girl’s body live because you can feel her body. However, if you have sex with such a shallow mindset, you may end up hurting yourself as well as your partner. To begin with, condoms are worn for the following purposes

  • To avoid an unwanted pregnancy
  • To prevent sexually transmitted diseases.
  • To preserve the trust between us and our partners.

Both of these things are very important for both of us. For a woman, pregnancy is an extremely significant, life-changing event. An unwanted pregnancy can be a huge burden for both of you. Even if you don’t know much about sexually transmitted infections, you have an idea of what a horrible thing they are. Condoms can help reduce these risks to as little as possible. Before we learn about the proper use of condoms, let’s first delve into the reasons for wearing them.

To avoid unwanted pregnancies

Condoms are a contraceptive in the first place, i.e., they are designed to avoid pregnancy. An unwanted pregnancy can change your partner’s life. If you aren’t married or married yet, then having a child in the first place is out of the question. Of course there are moral issues, but it would be a bigger burden for both of you than that. Getting married just because you have a child doesn’t necessarily mean your life will be better and there is a lot of uncertainty in the future.

Also, having an abortion is a huge physical risk for a woman, and depending on the method of abortion, she may not be able to get pregnant anymore. Taking a life that has been carried in her body is a great deal of emotional pain for a woman. In some cultures and religions, it is not possible to have an abortion in the first place. Getting a woman pregnant has such serious consequences and responsibilities. Let’s make sure that a woman doesn’t suffer because of a careless act on her part.

To prevent these risks, condoms should be worn. Condoms wrap around the entire penis to cover it and prevent it from coming in contact with the vagina. There is an area at the tip called a semen reservoir, and when you ejaculate, semen collects here and does not exit into the vagina. Pregnancy happens when the male sperm and the female egg meet, so if the sperm doesn’t enter the vagina from the beginning, you won’t get pregnant. It’s easy to understand if you think of it as something that shuts off the penis and the vagina, so to speak.

However, there have been times when condoms have been worn and you have gotten pregnant ……. Almost all of these causes are due to the incorrect use of condoms. We’ll explain more about this later, but be careful about putting a condom on after it has been inserted once, or reusing a condom that has been put on the wrong side of the condom on the wrong side of the condom, because it’s very common to do this. Semen has already started to come out before ejaculation, and these incorrect procedures can cause sperm to stick to the vagina. If you can use them correctly, you can almost certainly use a condom for contraception.

To prevent sexually transmitted infections

Another critical role of condoms is to ensure that the risk of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) is as low as possible. Sexually transmitted diseases are something you learn about in your school years, so you should have some idea of what they are, even if you don’t know the details. Sexually transmitted diseases are mainly sexually transmitted infections, which can be transmitted through normal sex, anal sex, or oral sex. There are many different types of sexually transmitted diseases, but the most common ones are as follows

  • syphilis
  • chlamydia
  • gonorrhea
  • mycoplasma
  • candidiasis
  • Hepatitis B virus
  • herpes virus
  • HPV (human papillomavirus)
  • HIV (human immunodeficiency virus, AIDS)

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You’ve probably heard of at least one of them. All of the above viruses can be transmitted through sexual activity. However, not all infections have subjective symptoms and often progress asymptomatically for long periods of time. Therefore, your partner may have the disease without realizing it, and it can be passed on through live sex. Of course, it is possible for you to have a disease and pass it on to your partner. When you have these sexually transmitted diseases, you can no longer have sex with them.

Some sexually transmitted infections can be cured with proper treatment, but infections such as Herbes, HIV and HPV are incurable. This means that once you have a sexually transmitted disease, you will have to live with it for the rest of your life. Moreover, in some cases, your genitals can become useless and you can even contract a life-threatening disease like AIDS (AIDS). In the public eye, it is embarrassing to have a sexually transmitted disease, and no woman wants to have sex with someone who has the disease.

Sex always has those risks, so it should not be taken lightly. Wearing a condom can significantly reduce these terrible risks. However, it is by no means certain that wearing a condom will necessarily prevent sexually transmitted diseases. As mentioned earlier, sexually transmitted diseases can also be transmitted through oral sex, i.e.

In recent years, oral sex has become more and more common as foreplay, but the number of sexually transmitted diseases caused by this type of oral sex has increased rapidly. The location of infection is the throat, not the genitals, but if you have oral sores or wounds in your mouth, there is a non-zero chance of getting AIDS. In order to keep the risk to each other as low as possible, it’s better to wear a condom during penetration as well as a rubber when you get a blowjob (blowjob).

To preserve the trust between you and your partner

The last reason why you should wear a condom is to protect the trust you have with your partner. It is a man’s duty to wear a condom during sex, and it is outrageous to neglect this. Of course, if you are both in agreement to make a child and you are certain that you are not suffering from a sexually transmitted disease, then it is perfectly fine to have sex without a condom. However, in many cases, this is not the case. Most women want their men to wear condoms.

If a man doesn’t wear a condom in spite of this, there is no way to develop a woman’s trust in him. Who would want to be in a relationship with someone who doesn’t take care of himself? Also, even if you had been in a serious relationship without sex before, if the time comes to have sex and you don’t use a condom, a woman’s affection for you may go downhill. You will want to stay away from selfish men who push you to have sex with them, even if it means risking pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases.

It is outrageous to not wear a condom when a woman asks you to, but it is also problematic to not wear a condom if she doesn’t ask you to. On the contrary, if a man quickly puts on a condom without a woman’s input, it gives her the impression that he’s thinking about her. It’s a man’s instinct to come in and out during live sex, but a man is only a man if he can control it. Condoms are a contraceptive and a good thing to avoid sexually transmitted diseases, but they are also a barrier that protects the mental connection between couples.

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Condoms are useless if not used correctly

Have you been inspired to wear a condom? Then all that’s left to do is put them on for the real thing, but condoms are useless if they’re not used correctly; Trussell reports a 98% birth control rate when condoms are used correctly, but the general probability is only 82%. Obviously, if they are used incorrectly, you can expect an even bigger drop. Many people don’t use condoms correctly, which is why their contraceptive rate drops.

  • I can insert it without a condom at first and put it on just before ejaculation.
  • It would be a waste to throw away every single thing, so let’s just wash it and reuse it.
  • I put it on the wrong side by mistake, but if we can just start over, it should be fine.

Are you thinking about this? It is important to note that this is all wrong. The odds of your partner getting pregnant will certainly increase, as we’ll discuss in more detail later. What’s more, the problem is that inserting a penis with a naughty penis rapidly increases the risk of contracting or transmitting a sexually transmitted disease. Wearing a condom is an almost guaranteed source of contraception and can also reduce the risk of contracting sexually transmitted diseases such as HIV and the hepatitis B virus by more than 90%.

Wearing a condom is your duty to protect yourself and your partner. If you love each other, you should use condoms properly to protect each other. However, even if you intend to use a condom and put it on properly before insertion, the risk goes up if you make a mistake somewhere in the procedure. For example, putting on an ill-fitting condom, or forgetting to remove the air from the semen reservoir can cause a condom to tear. In order to prevent these problems, it’s important to use condoms correctly.

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Points of caution for using condoms

If you’re going to use condoms, you want to use them correctly so that you don’t make any mistakes. If you use condoms normally, they are almost guaranteed to provide contraception, and they can greatly reduce the risk of sexually transmitted diseases. However, “using condoms normally” is more difficult than you might think. When putting on a condom, please pay attention to the following 10 points.

  • Check the front and back of condoms to make sure they are correct.
  • Try to put it on before inserting it.
  • Remove the air from the seminal pool before putting it on.
  • Never reuse condoms after they have been used.
  • Choose a condom that fits your penis size.
  • Handle condoms gently so as not to damage them
  • Be careful not to pile them on top of each other as they may break.
  • Use by the expiration date and discard old ones.
  • Do not use latex condoms and oil-based lotions together.
  • Avoid latex condoms if you are allergic to rubber

These are all points that everyone has gotten wrong at one time or another. If you’ve never had a problem making a mistake on any of the above points before, you’ve simply been lucky. If you keep doing the same thing over and over again, you’ll be in trouble one day. If you don’t have a lot of experience with sex, that’s why you should be careful now to avoid problems. Let’s carefully review the above 10 points of caution one by one.

1. Check the front and back

Condoms have a front side and a back side. If you put it in the wrong direction, you will not be able to lower it to the root of the penis. The condom is wrapped around the ring at the base of the condom, and if you put it over the head and slide your hand down to the base of the penis, the condom will automatically wrap around the entire penis. However, if you put the condom on the wrong side of the condom, the ring will also be facing the wrong way and you will not be able to pull it down. If you try to pull it down forcibly, it can tear.

If you can’t pull a condom down to the bottom of the ring, it means that it’s facing the wrong way, so be sure to discard the condom. I’ll explain it again later, but this is because the condom is likely to have sperm on it when it touches the head. You may feel like it’s a waste, but never reuse a condom once it touches your penis. So how can you tell the front and back sides apart?

If the front-most side of the condom is at the bottom of the ring, then it’s the right direction. However, in reality, it is difficult to distinguish them visually because of the many layers of rubber that have been put on top of each other. So, basically, you should check the wrapping paper of a condom to see if it is labeled “reverse side” or “male side”. As long as you put the condom on the side with the label on it facing your belly, you can’t mistake it for a condom. However, be careful not to forget to check it when you are engrossed in sex.

2. Put on the condom before inserting it

Always insert a condom before inserting your penis into the vagina. If you put a condom on once it’s in, it may be too late. This is because semen is released even before you ejaculate. When you start to feel good during masturbation or sex caresses, you’ll probably feel your penis getting wet somehow. It is commonly referred to as “pre cum”, but its true identity is “urethral bulb glandular fluid (Mr. Cowper’s glandular fluid)”.

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This pre cum is a liquid that changes the weakly acidic urethra and vagina into a weak alkaline that is convenient for sperm, i.e., it protects sperm. pre cum itself has no fertility at all, but in fact, sperm can often be mixed in pre cum. Because the urethra and the vas deferens (the pathway for semen) are connected, sperm can get mixed in with it even before ejaculation. This means that when an erect penis is inserted into the vagina, sperm can enter the vagina without ejaculating.

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The possibility of a woman getting pregnant from ejaculation outside the vagina (going out) or from a reattached condom is all due to the sperm mixed with pre cum. Also, in terms of sexually transmitted diseases, there is a risk when a raw penis is placed in the vagina. For these reasons, condoms should always be put on before the first insertion. Start with a steady stream of condoms in place first, suppressing the instinct to put them in raw and the excitement to thrust them in quickly.

3. Remove the air from the semen pool and put it on

When putting on a condom, be sure to remove the air from the “semen pool”. It is often overlooked, even by those who have had sex for a long time, so be careful. The seminal pool is the puffy part at the tip of the condom. Attaching a penis with air in here is the same as crushing an inflated balloon. If you do that, the pressure will cause it to pan and tear. The friction in the vagina can also cause pressure, which can cause it to tear.

If you can insert it and notice that it’s torn, you can pull out your penis and reapply a new condom as soon as you can, which will keep the risk low. However, in reality, you are both so aroused and vaginally sealed that you won’t even notice that it’s ruptured and will continue your pistoning motion. When you finally ejaculate and pull out your penis, oh my goodness, you may be surprised to find that all of your semen has leaked ……. It is dangerous to forget to remove the air, because it can be a serious problem.

Be sure to vent the air out of the condom when you wear it. However, it’s not very useful to do this after you’ve put on a condom, so make sure you remove the air from the condom first. It’s easy to do, just pinch the seminal pool with your finger. Do not press or scratch with your fingernails. The condom will be damaged and may break after insertion. Pinch the sperm pool gently with your finger before putting it on.

4. Do not reuse used condoms

Do not reuse used condoms. Even if you haven’t ejaculated, throw them away once they’ve touched your penis. Thin, high-quality condoms cost a good price, so you may feel like it’s a waste to use a new one every time you have sex; if you clean them up like Masturbators, you’ll feel like you can use them again and again. But if you’re stingy like that, you may end up paying a far higher price later on.

Condoms deteriorate quite a bit with use, and they’re not something that will stand up to reuse in the first place. If you inflate and deflate rubber balloons repeatedly, condoms will gradually deteriorate and tear easily. Condoms are much thinner than balloons, which are only about 0.02 to 0.03 mm thick. Therefore, even after just one use, they will become soggy and stretched, and will be difficult to put on properly. Rather than splurging on a few dollars, for your own safety and that of your partner, be sure to use up condoms.

5. Use condoms that are appropriate for your size

When choosing a condom, make sure you choose one that fits your penis size. If it’s too big or too small, it won’t fit correctly and you won’t be able to have safe sex. If the condom is too big, it will be too bumpy and won’t adhere to the penis, causing it to slip out of place in the vagina and cause semen to leak out. On the other hand, if it’s too small, the condom will be pulled too tightly and may break at any time.

The most important factor to consider when choosing a condom is its thickness. Of course, thinness and material also affect the feeling, but to reduce the risk, it is also important that the condom fits the penis. In this case, it is better to choose a condom with a larger head part. In this case, it’s best to choose a condom with a larger head.

People with a long and slender penis also need to be careful in choosing a condom size. If you choose a large size, it will be too thick and loose, but if you choose a small size, it will not be long enough. It’s not just the thickness, but also the length that is insufficient. This is because if you wear a rubber that is not long enough, the condom will go all the way into the vagina to the root of the condom during the pistoning motion, which can cause it to slip out of place in the vagina. If you choose a condom of normal thickness and a long size, you can generally solve this problem.

If you try to buy a condom at a convenience store or pharmacy, you may not be able to choose one that you are happy with because of publicity. In such cases, you can buy condoms online, so you don’t have to rush and can choose a more appropriate one. The internet has a much better selection than the stores, so even people with large sizes don’t have to worry about it. You can also look at word-of-mouth reviews to get an idea of what it feels like to use them. However, if you look good when choosing a condom, it won’t fit, so it’s important to choose a condom that is the right size for your own penis.

6. Be careful not to damage it with your nails

Do not damage the condom with a nail or other hard object. Inserting a condom with a scratch on it can be dangerous as it can tear. However, it’s not just a matter of being careful with it when putting it on. There are four important points to pay attention to: when to take out the condom, when to release the air from the semen pool, when to put it on, and when to remove it. Let’s take a look at the essentials of each.

First of all, it’s important to take the condom out of its packaging. If you open it without proper care, the momentum can damage it. Before you open it, make sure you pull the condom to one end and open the bag when there is enough space. At this point, it’s important not to leave it halfway open, but to completely separate the cut end from the bag. If you take out a condom with the other side hanging in the air, you may damage the condom with the cut end. When you take it out, use your fingertips to remove it gently.

Remove the air from the seminal pool as described above, and pinch it gently with your fingertips. If you can’t get it on properly, it will tear if you handle it roughly. If you can’t get it down to the bottom, it’s facing the wrong way and you’ll have to put it back on with a new condom. If you handle it roughly, it will be torn and semen will leak out when you remove the condom or when you remove it after finishing and ejaculating. Be gentle with the condom at all times, just as you do when you touch a girl’s cunt.

7. Do not put them on top of each other

Unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections are scary, so you want to keep the risk as close to zero as possible. To do this, you might feel like wearing a double condom would be even more effective and perfect. However, this is something you should never do, so be careful. This is because wearing condoms on top of each other creates friction and makes them more likely to tear. You’re trying to lower your risk, but you may end up increasing your risk significantly.

One condom, worn correctly, is enough. For the same reason, don’t use a female condom and a male condom together. In fact, there are condoms that can be used by women as well as men. These are inserted into the vagina and are used to cover the vaginal walls and avoid contact with the penis. However, like the male condoms, they are made of a material, so if a man and woman insert the condoms while wearing each one, friction will still occur and they will tear.

8. Use them by their expiration date

It may come as a surprise, but condoms have a use-by date. It’s like the expiration date in food, so you shouldn’t use them past that. Condoms are made of latex or polyurethane, but these materials deteriorate over time. Using a degraded condom can be dangerous because it can tear quickly. Most condoms have a use-by date of five to six years after manufacture, but be sure to check the expiration date, as it varies depending on the manufacturer and material.

The expiration date is printed on the back or side of the condom’s outer package. In some cases, the expiration date may be written on the individual packages, but it is best to keep the outer box intact if possible. If it is not listed, you will not know when you opened it later, so try to use it up as soon as possible. By the way, condoms deteriorate faster when they are stored in hot and humid places, so it is recommended to store them in a cool drawer in a desk or other place where they are not exposed to direct sunlight.

9. Don’t use latex and oil-based lotions together

It should be noted that latex condoms are sensitive to oil. Lotion may be used to reduce the pain and increase the pleasure of a girl during sex. However, depending on the ingredients of the lotion, the condom can be damaged. As a matter of fact, avoid oil-based lotions at all costs. Water-based lotions are fine as long as they are water-based, so it’s safe to choose a sodium polyacrylate-based or silicone-based lotion. Glycerin-based lotions may contain oil, so you may want to avoid using them for sex.

In any case, as long as the lotion’s package says “water-soluble”, you’re good to go. If you want to use an oil-based (oil-based) lotion, choose a condom made of polyurethane or isoprene rubber. Also, be careful with hand creams and Vaseline ointments, as they can significantly degrade condoms. When condoms are difficult to put on, you may be tempted to apply creams to make them easier to put on. However, creams also basically contain oil, which can damage condoms.

For the same reason, it is recommended that condoms are prepared by the man himself as much as possible. Some women prepare the condoms themselves, but if they keep them in cosmetic pouches, the oil may seep out and stick to the condoms. Also, if possible, avoid having sex while chewing on a snack such as potato chips. If you put a condom on with your hands gritty with oil, your partner’s vagina may be smeared with semen after you finish.

10. Avoid latex if you’re allergic to rubber

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People with a rubber allergy (latex allergy) should not use latex condoms. If a person with an allergy comes into contact with rubber products, it can cause an asthma attack or anaphylactic shock (an overreaction of the immune system), which in the worst case can be fatal. Condoms are also basically made of latex (natural rubber), so be very careful in your choice of condoms. Alternative condoms are polyurethane or isoprene rubber.

Polyurethane and Isoprene rubber are both synthetic materials; polyurethane is also called “urethane resin” and Isoprene rubber is also called “synthetic rubber”. Neither of these materials contain allergic ingredients. They both feel rather better than latex, so there’s no need to worry about them diminishing the pleasure. By the way, most polyurethane condoms are very thin (0.01mm) and isoprene rubber has a unique softness, so it’s recommended for people who are not allergic to it.


In this article, we have explained the proper way to wear condoms, how to use them and what to look out for. To avoid unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases, condoms should always be worn during sex. It is a man’s duty and also protects the love and trust between you and your partner. However, it is important to note that the way you put on a condom is crucial, and if you put it on the wrong way, it will lose its effectiveness.

The first thing to do is to choose a condom. If you don’t wear a condom that fits your penis, it will come off or tear during insertion. People with long or thick penises and those with large heads need to be especially careful. Regular condoms often don’t fit, so choose a long size, a big size, or a condom with a large head. Condoms have an expiration date, so don’t use old condoms.

Always put a condom on before inserting it. Sperm will be out before ejaculation, and there is a risk of sexually transmitted diseases when inserting them raw. Handle condoms carefully when you take them out of the package and be careful not to damage them with your fingernails or a piece of the bag. If the condom is on the wrong side, it will be impossible to put it on, so put it on with the one labeled “back side” or “male side” facing the abdomen. When you put it on, pinch the sperm pool with your finger gently to release the air.

Never reuse a used condom or put on a condom that is inside out. You should also be aware that you should not use latex condoms with oil-based lotions, and that people with latex allergies (rubber allergies) should use “polyurethane” or “isoprene rubber” condoms. Learn how to put a condom on properly and enjoy safe sex with your partner. Once you’re safe, it’s time to learn how to satisfy your partner. We’ve prepared a helpful article below for you to check out!