The female condom can be effectively inserted into the vagina or the anus, and the method for insertion is very similar. Remember that if you are wearing a female condom, the male should not wear a condom. This will create friction that can cause one or both of the condoms to tear. 3. To practice safe sex with someone who is uncircumcised, it’s important that you learn how to put on a condom the right way to help prevent the transmission of STDs and pregnancy. It can be a little awkward, so a sense of humour helps.
Condoms stop sperm from getting into the vagina, so sperm can’t meet up with an egg and cause pregnancy. Condoms also prevent STDs by covering the penis, which prevents contact with semen and vaginal fluids, and limits skin-to-skin contact that can spread sexually transmitted infections. Lambskin condoms do not protect against STDs. DO use a female condom from start to finish, every time you have vaginal sex.* DO read the condom package insert and check the expiration date. DO make sure there are no tears or defects. DO use lubricant to help prevent the condom from slipping and tearing.
Female condoms work almost as well as male condoms as long as you use them correctly. They’re about 95% effective, which means that in a year, 5 out of women who use them the right way every. Video updates on the latest news, including politics, sport, finance and showbiz. Plus the most weird and wonderful viral videos the internet has to offer.