… if you have an allergy to latex or rubber.
VAR = Variety
A selection of condoms, except Femidoms and Latex-Free.
LAR = Large
Large size condoms.
TRI = Trim
Trim size condoms.
BLK = Black
Black coloured condoms.
LUB = Lubricant
If you are using the C Card for the first time, you can choose a Variety Pack. There are different sizes in the pack, so try them out and find the size that fits you best. Once you’ve decided which …
… finding that condoms are easy and sexy to use. You can also get female condoms. They are called femidoms and are a tube-shape made of very thin material which lines the vagina.
… in all different colours, shapes and flavours.
You can also get female condoms. They are called femidoms and are a tube shape made out of very thin material which lines the vagina.
… will protect you from HIV.
You don’t hear as much about female condoms or femidoms. They are like a small sock made out of polyurethane that fits inside a woman’s vagina during penetrative sex. Like condoms they offer protection against pregnancy, STI’s and HIV. Unlike condoms, you can use oil based lubricants with them because they are much stronger. Some people don’t like to use them because they are a bit awkward to fit and can be a bit noisy. …
… seriously damage most condoms and can only be used with PVC condoms like Durex Avanti or with Femidoms.
Although oral genital sex is considered to be a low risk activity, the anus is likely to harbour a wider range of infection given its primary purpose of excretion. Using a condom or non-microwaveable cling film as a barrier for oral anal sex (rimming) helps to prevent aquiring an infection.
This can occur naturally from the passage of large or hard stools which …