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Why Use Non-Lubricated Condoms
 
Apr 6, 2016

The Most frustrating thing about sex these days is trying to find what works best for you. We have all heard the lectures about safe sex, but is that all there is to know. In this blog I will hopefully give you some additional insight.

 

1. Things Non Lubricated Condoms Can Teach You About Safer Sex.

- Five different brands of non lubricated condoms.

- Four main types of people who prefer to use non-lubricated condoms.

- Five reasons to use non lubricated condoms.

 

2. What Non Lubricated Condoms Can Teach You About Variety

- Why Use Non-Lubricated Condoms Guide?

- Open Stubborn Jars with a Non-Lubricated Condom

- Condom or Lube Allergy? - Positive Passions

 

3. There Are Even Several Posts That Follow BOTH Non Lubricated And Lubricated

 

Whether you’re interested in trying non-lubricated condoms for the first time or you’re already hooked on them and you’re just trying to find one that works best for you and your partner(s), here are five great non lubricated condoms to try:

 

1. Trustex Non-Lubricated Condoms

2. Bulk, Dry Condoms (Nude or Black)

3. Trustex Assorted Flavors Non-Lubricated

4. LifeStyles Non-Lubricated Condoms

5. Trojan ENZ Non-Lubricated Condoms

 

Why Use Non-Lubricated Condoms? Chances are, even if you have been a long-time condom user, you may not know a whole lot about non-lubricated condoms. There are four main types of people who prefer to use non-lubricated condoms. These people are: lubricant connoisseurs, oral performers, women with lube allergies, and people who use them for alternative purposes.

 

There are several reasons to use a non lubricated condom. “Why Use Non-Lubricated Condoms?” lubricant allergy, allergic to latex “Q: Am I allergic to condoms/lube?” If it’s water-based, warming, tingling, cooling or has any other bells and whistles like added flavor, the chances are it’s packed with potentially problematic ingredients for penetration.

 

But, flavored lubes do taste irresistibly delicious atop flavored latex barriers when used for their intended purpose… safer oral sex. Rimjobs, blowjobs, eating out… there’s a non-lubricated latex barrier for all of these otherwise risky activities.

 

Using non-lubricated condoms for something other than safer sex? Survival, scientific testing protection from sweat during performances with a wireless microphone battery pack “Ten Alternative Uses for Condoms” “Camping with Condoms” “Condom Catheters and Incontinence” or as a mixed media art supply as seen in, “Condoms in Fine Art.”

 

Some people just enjoy using non-lubricated condoms for the simple fact that they like to use the natural lubricant that is produced by the body.

 

Non-Lubricated Condoms Are Great for Oral Sex!

 

If you and your partner love the idea of oral sex, but hate getting lube in your mouth– non-lubricated condoms, like the Trojan Non-lubricated ENZ, are the perfect solution to your dilemma. In fact, they even come in enticing colors and flavors.

 

Lube Allergies? Non-Lubricated Condoms Are For You!

 

Women have a very delicate pH balance in their vaginas. Lubricated condoms can contain ingredients such as parabens and glycerin. These can throw off the balance and cause a slew of less than desirable side effects, such as a yeast infection, in women who are especially averse to or allergic to these lubricant ingredients.

 

Alternative Uses for Non-Lubricated Condoms!

 

Non-lubricated condoms are used by soldiers in the field, who need to keep sand out of their M-16s, by musicians and actors to keep their microphone battery packs from shorting out from sweat, by survivalists for starting fires and as a makeshift canteen which can hold up to 1 liter of water, and by fisherman as on-the-fly fly fishing lures.

 

Here is a guide on why you should use non-lubricated condoms: “What Non-Lubricated Condoms Can Teach You About Variety…”

 

Having trouble opening a jar? Open Stubborn Jars with a Non-Lubricated Condom.Some jars just refuse to open. If you're in a pinch, a non-lubricated condom can give you the grip you need to remove the lid. You can even make multiple elastic bands out of one so it doesn't go to waste. You don't have to use an entire condom just for one lid, though. Cut off the tip of the condom and proceed to cut the whole thing into mini latex bands. Now you can get a grip whenever you need or use the bands for anything a rubber band can do.

 

Condom or Lube Allergy? Find out what you’re sensitive to, and which products are right for you!

 

Do you think you might be allergic to condoms, or the lubricant that is on them, or both? How do you know for sure? What are your options to protect yourself from Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) if you have condom or lubricant sensitivities?

 

Do you experience itching, burning, redness, or hives on/around your mouth or genitals during/after sex with condoms and lubricant? First make sure these symptoms are not caused by an STI or a yeast infection. Check with your doctor or sexual health clinic. If you have eliminated these possibilities, it is possible you are having a reaction to the materials in condoms or the ingredients in lubricants. Now your challenge is to find out exactly what you might be having a reaction to.

 

 
 

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