This blog is probably the last place you would have expected to see an article about condoms, but there are some situations where you might decide to use a condom and this article has been designed for these situations. This will probably be the first and last time a condom article will appear here, but there are some useful points here which barebackers may be interested in reading about when it comes to condoms. If you completely avoid using condoms in your life, there probably won’t be anything of interest in this article, but you are welcome to keep reading.

Many barebackers enjoy the freedom of not using condoms because of the intimacy, sensation and pleasure that condom-free sex can bring, but sometimes sexually transmitted infections can become an issue and a concern. If you are ever in a situation where you are about to engage in bareback sex with a guy, when you discover that one or both of you have a sexually transmitted infection, then you both need to make a decision about whether or not to proceed. You may both decide to have bareback sex together, you may both decide not to engage in sexual activity at all or you may both decide to use a condom in this instance to reduce the possibility of transmitting or contracting a sexually transmitted infection.

If you both make a choice to have sex using a condom, there are a number of things you can do to make the experience feel as natural as possible, in an attempt to replicate the sensation of bareback sex. Because condoms are designed as a barrier for sexually transmitted infections and as a contraceptive device, you are unable to use a condom correctly and swap bodily fluids with each other. It may be possible to increase the level of sensation to create a more realistic feel by taking a few steps which are discussed here.

The type of condom you choose can make an enormous difference to the sensation you experience if you use a condom for anal sex. If you want to learn more about condoms, then Wikipedia is an excellent source of information, including extensive information about the history of condoms, their purpose and also the different types of condoms available. This particular article will be discussing the male condom specifically, which is applied to the cock, rather than the female (or reality) condom, which is inserted inside the vagina. It is important to remember that condoms are not 100% effective in reducing sexually transmitted infections, but they do give a higher level of protection than sex without a condom.

When choosing a condom, there are a number of factors to consider. If sensation is an important issue to you, then you may decide to use condoms which are thinner or labelled “sensitive”, “thin”, “maximum pleasure” or something similar. Usually the thinner condoms allow more sensation, but there may be a risk of damage when using thinner condoms and having rough sex without adequate lubrication, so the use of an appropriate lubricant is important. Remember that oil-based lubricants can damage some types of condoms, so you need to check that the lubricant you use with condoms is condom-compatible.

Many adult shops or online stores have a category or option to help you select the right kind of condom to suit your particular needs. The type of condom you select is probably the most important aspect of increasing the level of sensation. The thicker the condom, the less sensation you are likely to receive. Latex condoms can sometimes cause allergic reactions, but there are other condoms made of synthetic materials such as polyurethane and polyisoprene, which may be less allergenic. You do need to be careful with some condoms, such as lambskin condoms, which are made from sheep intestines. Lambskin condoms can be marketed as being natural and less allergenic than latex, but because lambskin condoms consist of porous material thought to be large enough to allow infectious agents to pass through while blocking sperm, they should not be used.

Another step you can take to increase the sensation is to add a small amount of lubricant to the tip of your dick or the reservoir of the condom, as this can heighten the sensation the top experiences while he is thrusting inside and out of the ass. It’s important not to place too much lubricant inside the condom, because this could lead to the condom slipping off during sexual intercourse. Also be aware of condoms lubricated with a spermicidal chemical called nonoxynol-9. Studies have found that with frequent use, this chemical may increase the risk of HIV transmission, because it can cause skin irritations to the rectum and expose the body to sexually transmitted infections.

While it may be difficult to replicate the experience of bareback sex using condoms, these are a few things you can do to help increase the sensation for yourself and your partner. It’s important to remember that condom usage requires care. You need to use the right type of condoms (studded condoms for example can result in damage to the rectum), incorrect lubricant can damage the condom, nonoxynol-9 lubricated condoms can cause skin irritations, lambskin condoms can still result in the transmission of sexually transmitted infections and even if you use a condom, this does not result in complete protection from sexually transmitted infections.

Important: This article has been designed to look at ways barebackers might consider using condoms in some situations, but this article does not extensively discuss how to correctly use condoms or the effectiveness of condom usage. For this reason, please ensure that you research this information using online resources or information from your local health department to ensure that you are familiar with condoms.

Leave a Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *