Using condoms means you can have plenty of fun in the sack, without worrying about the repercussions. Leaving you, ahem, to get on with the task at hand. It’s simply taking control of your own health and wellness.
Condoms aren’t a passion killer
Despite this, there’s still a lot of stigma around using condoms. People see them as a sign of mistrust, that the person carrying condoms must be promiscuous, or they’re a passion killer ‘getting in the way of the moment’.
Using condoms means you can focus on having great sex, without worrying about STIs or pregnancy. Doori safely!
None of that is true. And, you can overcome all of that by learning how to talk about condoms and making sure you know how to use condoms properly.
Use condoms and get tested regularly
For a healthy and confident sex life, always use a condom and get an STI test every 6-12 months, when you change partners, or if you show any symptoms. If you sleep with a lot of different people, you’ll need testing more regularly. More sex = more testing. Makes sense, right?
It goes without saying that before any sex takes place, make sure both parties fully consent.