I have a favorite condom. You might notice my enthusiasm above.
As a woman, I never thought I would become so impassioned by condoms, but turns out I have good reason.
It all started with a male partner who wore regular condoms. Now it could have been Trojan, Lifestyles, Durex, whatever. Just regular sized condoms.
During sex, I noticed repeated internal discomfort and for me, it turned out it was from the tightly stretched latex. Even with plenty of lube, there was this feeling of getting “rubbed raw.”
Now, his fella was a fine size. Not particularly humongous or compact. Just good stuff. We tried Magnum condoms and they were a little loose. We feared condom slippage.
So what to do when your condom is too tight, but the most common large condom on the market is too loose?
The answer: Kimono Microthin Large Condoms.
IF and only if you’re finding condoms to be tighter than comfortable, (and condoms should fit snugly!) these give you that extra bit of room that really makes a difference.
Now, if you’re worried about using a condom with the thinnest latex on the market, no worries. Kimono also makes Kimono Maxx, a thin condom with more security.
I mean, when you’re dealing with something the size of a cucumber, an extra millimeter or two of stretchy latex in either direction is all you need for a more custom fit.
What if you’re experiencing condom slippage with regular condoms?
There’s no need throw in the towel. First of all, men’s erections are living creatures, the blood within ebbing and flowing with the tide of physical arousal.
Slippage can occur when a man has lost a little bit of blood in a moment of pause or distraction. It can change in an instant: Up! Down. Super-up! Kinda down. Splash!!! And we’re down for the count.
If you notice slippage happening frequently, then check out Lifestyles Snugger Fit condom. The difference in variously sized condoms comes down to mere millimeters. It’s no big deal.
Now, for anyone using condoms, here’s a great video by Kidder Kaper over at Sex is Fun on how to make condoms suck less. Love them!
And that’s a wrap! (hyuck)