A condom is a tube-shaped contraceptive device which is made from a thin latex or synthetic latex material. This tube fits snuggly (like a glove) over the penis for protection during oral and/or vaginal penetration.
Condoms are meant to be stored in a cool, dry and dark place. This is because the latex or non-latex materials used to manufacture condoms do not hold up well against extreme temperatures. The ideal environment for condom storage is in a lowly lit place which remains between 32 degrees and 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
There aren’t a whole lot of rules regarding sex, except for this one, which is infallible and should be unbreakable under any circumstance. This one rule is consent.
A. Similar to most other products you buy on the regular, condoms are not meant to last indefinitely.
A: As long as you aren’t afraid of doing laundry and showering afterwards, proceed onward and earn those red wings! All jokes aside though, there very are some important facts you should know concerning sex during menstruation.
A: If you are looking for a condom to help you last longer in bed, we’d recommend checking out any of our climax control condoms. Climax control condoms are coated with a special numbing lubricant that slows your climax without inhibiting pleasure.