The truth about condoms:
Condom = NO STIs + NO unplanned pregnancies + MORE FUN
Condoms are the ONLY form of contraception that protect against both pregnancy and STIs.
Think it’s awkward asking someone to wear a condom? Imagine being told you’ve got an STI.
Condoms come in different shapes, sizes and flavours, meaning there’s never a reason not to use one
How do I put on a condom?
Consent & Dommy Expiry Date
- It’s not a yes, until it’s a HELL YES
- Check the expiry. Old condoms break easily.
- GENTLE HANDS
Open the condom packet carefully; you might be tempted to tear it open with your teeth, but best to use your hands you want the condom to be damage free. Save the biting for later.
- IT’S ALL IN THE TIP
- Holding the tip of the condom to remove any air before rolling it down the penis (or sex toy). If it’s difficult to roll down it might be inside out -in which case don’t let this ruin your fun, just grab another one! Don’t reuse the same one, as some pre-cum might have been sneaky and snuck in.
- LUBE IT UP, BABY
- For sex with more oooo’s than argghhh’s, put some water-based lubricant on the condom.
Lube = decreased risk of condom breakage + INCREASED pleasure.
Sounds good, right?
- HOLD IT
- Once your fun is done, ensure the penis is removed while still erect. Hold onto the base of the condom while removing it. This ensures no sneaky substances ruin all of your good work.
- THE SHOW IS NOT OVER
- Remove the condom
- Tie it, wrap it, bin it.
- Easy as 1, 2, 3
Be smart and Play Safe! For more safe sex tips, check out the Play Safe website