Hate them or love them, condoms are pretty indispensable if you’re a sexually active girl. Even though there are other forms of contraception available to prevent pregnancy, a condom is your best shot of staying safe from STDs. But if you’ve ever struggled or wondered how to put on a condom correctly, you’ve come to the right place! Though it is kind of difficult to describe, and you only get good at it with practice…let it not be said that we didn’t try our best to help you out!
Better to go with Durex or Kamasutra or a brand that someone you know has used and recommends – even if it’s a bit more expensive – than to risk using something that you’ve not heard of before.
The foil pack should not go directly into your wallet or purse, since it will get bent and stressed, and therefore weakened.
You must ALWAYS check the expiry date of a condom before using it. If you use an expired one, all bets are off. So if you have thrown away the original packaging and can’t remember what date it’s valid till, just buy a fresh pack – it’s better to be safe than sorry!
Pretty impossible to get it on otherwise!
Massage oils, even sweat, can weaken the latex, so best to wash your hands with soap and pat them dry before you start.
Make sure to tear it open along the edge, without touching the condom inside. If you manage to pull on (and therefore weaken) the condom, or tear it while trying to get it out, start again from scratch!
The edge of the condom roll should be upwards, so you roll it downwards over the penis. If you see it’s not unrolling, you’re probably holding it the wrong way. You should only be touching the condom gently along the edge, and nowhere else.
That little section is where the semen is meant to collect once your guy has an orgasm – and air being trapped could make the condom burst, pretty much like a balloon!
Else it could slip off! You can also watch this video to see a demo of how it’s done.
Since the semen is an organic waste, it decomposes fast and can really stink things up. Don’t flush them down the toilet either – they can really clog up your drains!
And that’s it – you’re done! (You’ll get the hang of it soon, promise!)