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How to Put a Condom On Properly

By Sexual Diversity - 2014-12-07 - Updated: 2016-01-30

Summary

Information for men and women regarding the correct use of both male and female condoms.

"Females are the ones who must truly protect themselves, not only from conceiving a child, but from a distinct variety of sexually transmitted diseases"

Main Document

One of the most commonly interpreted mistakes regarding condoms is who they are really for. Most people think that the use and importance of condoms is directed entirely towards the male gender. What these people do not realize is that condoms are just as important if not more for the female sex. Females are the ones who must truly protect themselves, not only from conceiving a child, but from a distinct variety of sexually transmitted diseases.

How to Put a Condom On

Practice putting on a condom when you are not with your partner so as not to cause any embarrassment when you are with your partner about using it correctly.

The female condom should be placed correctly.

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