Right condom for your great drive of passionStress

December 22, 2011 18:20
Right condom for your great drive of passion

Time to get busy for a steamy session.  The winter temperatures encouraging you and turning you on. She's out of her clothes and your boxers are twisted around your ankles. But there's one more step before you can get down to business. That's right; you need to choose the best condom for your protection, during mating session.

But no matter how crucial condoms may be, they're still not the most popular accessory. Condoms can be a nuisance and detract from the pleasures of sex. And therein lays the condom conundrum: few of us enjoy wearing them, yet most of us must. But to make your dislike into a desire the condoms come in varieties that suit your activity. Mainly the five best are listed below:

1. Flavoured condoms: Such condoms are best for oral sex. They are available in a wide range of flavours such as chocolate, coffee, strawberry, mint, vanilla and many more. If you are using it for vaginal or anal sex, always make sure they are sugar-free in order to avoid yeast infection.

2. Dotted condoms: If you want that extra pleasure this is the right condom for you. Textured or studded condoms are meant for increasing pleasure for both the partners. These condoms have slight bumps that run through the length of the condom on both the sides.

3. Super thin condoms: If you want to use a condom and still get the same kick as condom-free sex, this one will suit you fine. This type of condom is transparent with a thin layer made of sheerlon material that acts like a second skin. It is highly effective against pregnancy and STDs.

4. Pleasure-shaped condoms: This type of condom heightens sensitivity for both the partners. It has loose and enlarged tip.

5. Glow in the dark condoms: If you want to experience kinky sex, this is the right choice. When exposed to light for 30 seconds, it glows in the dark. It is non-toxic and has three layers. The inner and the outermost layers are made up of latex and the middle one contains a safe pigment that makes it glow.

Even with condoms one needs to take precautions. So, next time you are buying one don't forget to check the label if it is FDA approved for use against unplanned pregnancy and STDs.

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