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How to Put on a Female Condom
 
Oct 30, 2015

Protecting yourself against sexually-transmitted infections (STI) and unplanned pregnancy, the female condom is the only available women-initiated method that was made to provide dual-protection. The problem with this is, who out there really knows how to even put on one of these things? Why do they show teenagers in school how to use a male condom, but not a female condom? Most females are not prepared to even think about using these.

 

With a redesign since its coming out 30 years ago, most people still believe the female condom will not catch on. I mean, would you? It doesn’t sound too pleasing to have something stuff up there to maybe lose it within the middle of sex. While there are some facts about how great the sex is with them (ex. Outer ring rubs against the clitoris and the inner ring stimulates the head of the penis), there are still some downsides. But isn’t that with everything?

 

Here is a link to buy a FC2 female condom 

For those of you who are all for the female condom, you may know how to use them, but for now, here’s a quick go to guide on how to insert that female vagina protector.

 

1. Remove the condom from its package, just like you would do a male condom.

2. One end will have an opening for the penis to enter. That end will remain outside of the vagina.

3. Squeeze the flexible ring at the closed end and stuff that sucker up there. Some women find it more comfortable to squat or stand while doing this. You do what’s more comfortable for you.

4. Being careful not to twist the condom, place your fingers inside and gently push as far as you can.

 

And there you go. Sweet and simple.

Here is also a proper condom use video: How to Use Female Condom

Also, how to use a female and male condom: How to put on a Condom

 

Here are some tips:

 

- Make sure his penis enters inside of the condom and not to one side. If it enters on the side then what’s the point of using the condom in the first place?

- A female condom should not be used with a male condom. If you need THAT much protection, you shouldn’t be having sex to begin with.

- If you hear a rustling sound during sex, change your position or use lube and it should stop.

Here some lube to help that rustling noise (it may help out in more ways than one): KY Yours and Mine Couples Lubricant

 

Need to know more about KY Yours and Mine lubricant? K-Y: His and Hers - The Ultimate Bonding Experience

 

The female condom has so many similarities to a male condom. There are the same advantages as disadvantages, but sometimes it can be a little more complicated to use than a male condom. But who knows, changing it up on who wears the condom in your relationship may make some new romance come into play.

 

Things to Know About Female Condoms:

 

5 things you really should know about female condoms

How do I protect myself from STIs-STDs

With a redesign since its coming out 30 years ago, most people still believe the female condom will not catch on. I mean, would you? It doesn’t sound too pleasing to have something stuff up there to maybe lose it within the middle of sex. While there are some facts about how great the sex is with them (ex. Outer ring rubs against the clitoris and the inner ring stimulates the head of the penis), there are still some downsides. But isn’t that with everything?

 

Here is a link to buy a FC2 female condom

 

 
 

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