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Tuesday, June 19, 2012

TELLING HIM HE DOESN'T NEED XL CONDOMS





When shopping for condoms, it may require some
experimentation to find the best condom for you.  This is especially true
since almost every condom brand has its own definition of regular and
large. When other factors like whether a condom is ribbed, thin or
contoured are taken into consideration, finding the best condom for you and
your partner may take testing various types until you find the best fit.  There
are classic, traditional sized and a Platinum XL sized condoms out there for our
sexual pleasure. 


So, how
can you help your partner get over the size issue?
Try some of these tips:





Ensure your partner that being safe
is more important than the size of the condom he is wearing:
 Wearing a condom that fits properly will protect you both
from the transmission of any STIs, including HIV. Also, wearing the properly
sized condom can completely change how your partner experiences sex.







Focus more on the fun aspects of
condoms:
Besides size, condoms come in many
varieties, including flavors (which
should only be used for oral sex, as the sugary-ness of flavored condoms can
irritate the vagina and the anus)
as well as colors.







Try different types and styles: Ribbed condoms and condoms with a swirl or bulb at the
end (which will usually be labeled as
such on the box)
can create more friction near the nerve endings of the
penis. Also, polyurethane condoms can generate more body heat, and can create a
more sensual experience.






Try
different brands:
  Just like the jean size you purchase from The Gap
may have a completely different size label but the same feel a pair of
similarly fitted jeans from Express, different brands and how they feel for
your partner will vary. An “extra large” in one brand may look similar in size
to a condom from another brand that’s labeled as smaller. Test them out and see
which ones feel better for your partner.







How have you and your partner discussed condom size? What
are some ways in which you and your partner have overcome the issue of condom
size?

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