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You have read how to put on a condom and clearly you know how to use it, but what happens when the fun is over, how and where do you dispose of the condom? First thought would be to slide it off and throw it in the toilet and flush. However, this is the wrong way of disposing of a condom. Firstly, the correct way of taking off a condom is to firmly grip the base of the condom and pull it off slowly. This prevents the leakage of …

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   There are many reasons one may feel the need to reuse a condom. One may not have enough condoms on hand, too caught up in the moment to search for another or possibly trying to save on the amount of money being spent on condoms. However, this practice is highly unsafe. Reusing a condom puts you at risk for multiple reasons.

            The major problem with reusing a condom is the contact with the different bodily fluids. This is because if there is ejaculate or pre-ejaculate in …

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Although a rare occurrence, there are some problems that may happen when using a condom. One of these problems is the condom getting stuck inside the vagina after pulling out. It will cause some degree of panic within the moment, however, there is nothing to worry about. There are three ways of safely removing the condom from inside the vagina.

The cause of the condom being stuck could be due to the tip of the condom being lodged at the top of the vagina near the cervix, causing the …

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“Girls Just Wanna Have Fun!” 

            It is without a doubt that most males and females who are sexually active are aware of putting on a male condom. The famous line “pinch, leave an inch and roll” makes it easy for one to almost 100% effectively put on a male condom. However, when it comes on to using a female condom, I’m sure most people are clueless. No worries! I am here to educate you on how to use a female condom properly.

First tear the package using …

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  Finding ourselves in the home-stretch of March, we’re all figuring out how to be real people with real responsibilities again. After St. Patrick’s Day, we find ourselves shedding our 4-leaf clover necklaces and green shirts that say "This guy needs a beer." And of course, those of us who forgot to wear Green on St. Patrick’s day are probably just now regaining their proper flesh tone where they were pinched (sometimes ruthlessly) for forgetting to adorn in green garb. With the arrival of April came the arrival of …

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 The other day something caught my attention while walking to class. I stopped and thought for a moment about what it was. Did I forget to brush my teeth this morning? No, it was my homework, I left it on my desk—that surely explains why I’m feeling queasy and nauseous, right? No, it’s right here in my folder. I was sick; I had to be—the flu, a cold, a stubbed toe—something! Something had to be making me feel so inexplicably discomfited. I continued to walk and entered the school …

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 As we begin to enter the realm of sexual experience, we’re exposed to a lot of images, some of which surprise us and take us by surprise. I mean, I don’t know about you, but my middle school’s showcase of Sexually Transmitted Infections and how we could receive them as seventh graders was much more than “surprising” to say the least. However, if there’s one awkward discussion topic any of us took away from that whole day, it was the importance of using condoms—and not even using condoms wholly …

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 What does it mean to you to “be prepared?” To each individual, it will indeed mean something different. For some, preparations are an afterthought, and a consequence follows. But for others, being prepared is how they live their lives, with fine-tuned details coming first to brace themselves for the equal (and opposite, anatomically speaking) reaction. So, what does it mean to “be prepared” to you in the bedroom? Many times we see that individuals about to partake in love-making ignore the glaring fact that they don’t actually have protection …

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Condoms. Condoms, condoms, condoms. Did that make you flinch at all—or maybe shudder with discomfort? Did visions of sleazy condom commercials and advertisements flash before your eyes, or did you have awkward flashbacks to your seventh grade health class? If so, you’re not alone. For whatever reason, the simple idea of a condom immediately places people in an uncomfortable place. The taboo associated with the thought of a condom, let alone the practice or use of a condom, is regrettably a frequent and unfavorable thought pattern. People are afraid …