This Easy Condom Hack Will Make Condoms Feel Like A Damn Dream

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No one actually ever LOVES the feeling of condoms. I’d be lying if I said condoms felt amazing but it’s that the pros outweigh the cons by a landslide. Not only do they prevent the spread of STIs but they also prevent pregnancy and who wants either of those things in THIS ECONOMY!? 😂

So, how many times have you been in a situation where you’re about to get laid and the dude you’re hooking up with ruins it all by putting on his best puppy dog eyes and asks “Can we not use a condom?” Meanwhile, you’re sitting there, tiddies out, like this:

Trying to hold every fiber in your being from snapping on his ass.

Like, if I had $1 for every time a guy mid-tear-each-other’s-clothes-off blurted “can I not use a condom?” I’d probably have, like, $45. (I see you doing mental math to figure out how many people I’ve slept with, I just made that number up so HA!)

Now, there’s actually a way to make condoms feel better for him so he can happily wear it. It’s a win/win!

Sex researcher Dr. Maureen Miller insists this trick will make condoms feel better:

Add a few drops of water-based lube to the inside of your condom before you put it on, men report being amazed at how much better it feels.

Maureen Miller, PhD

And if you’re thinking “well, duh, lubricated condoms already exist, this isn’t a new hack” nah b, lubricated condoms are only lubricated on the outside.

Is it safe though?

Dr. Miller explains that putting a bit of water-based lubricant inside the condom won’t increase its chances of breaking or sliding off. You’re only using very little and breaking occurs when there isn’t enough room between the tip of the penis and the tip of the condom.

Now, he absolutely has no excuse but to happily wear his mini me’s rain coat ’cause it’s about to get real wet up in here!

And a friendly reminder, safe consensual sex is the best sex, have fun!

H/T: Cosmpolitan

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