Posts Tagged ‘condoms’

Q & A Quickie Crash Course

September 14, 2008

Q.Can you really tell how big a guy is by the size of his hands or feet?

A. No

 

Q. Should I be worried that my partner’s penis curves to one side when erect?

A. some congenital curvature is normal (although puzzling, I personally find) However, if it hurts him, he may have Peyronie’s disease known colloquially as “bent nail syndrome” and should consult a doctor. The underlying cause of is thought to be trauma or injury to the penis usually through sexual activity

 

Q. Can you pass a yeast infection to your partner?

A. Yes

 

Q. Can you pass on/get infected with an STD as a result of kissing?
A. No, you cannot pass on or become infected with an STD as a result of kissing. However, you could pass on a cold sore (herpes simplex, HSV1) to your partner through kissing.

 

Q. What can worsen vaginal dryness?

A. decongestants, anti-histamines (like Claritin, Reactin), low estrogen level.

 

Q. Are condoms still effective underwater?

A. companies do not test their products underwater, so there’s no assurance they’ll hold up.

 

Q. What if he doesn’t like the taste down there?

A. foods like garlic and asparagus might make you slightly more pungent. Fruits like pineapple may sweeten you up.

 

Q. Is there such a thing as blue balls?

A. prolonged frustrated erections can cause discomfort in the testicles and perineum… but not pain.

 

Q. Should a guy take Viagra if he doesn’t need to?

A. the long-term effects are not fully known, but psychological dependence is a more than  possible outcome.

 

Q. A guy can have an orgasm without ejaculating. T or F?

A.  T.

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Ask not what your partner can do for you, but what YOU can do for your partner

September 7, 2008

Condoms Campaigns Over the World


The Great American Condom Campaign. Do it for your Country is one of their slogans.

 


In Berlin. You have to know that Berlin’s coat of arms is a bear.
(Bärchen=little bears. gummi=condoms. gummi, bårchen=condoms, Berliners)

American Beauty-esque add by Government of Brazil, targetting young gay men


created by the Commonwealth Department of Community Services and Health in Australia

 and my favorite,

 “No sexual act is more death-defying than sex without protection. Don’t put yourself in that position. — Pi Kappa Phi.” based on an ancient Central Indian painting first published in 1883 in the Kama Sutra of Vatsyavana

TOOTHED CONDOMS take a bite out of crime

February 18, 2008
The Rapex: introduced in 2005 by Sonne Ehlers, 57. Anti-rape female device inserted into the vaginal canal. The invert condom is lined with TWENTY-FIVE microscopic barbs that bind to the rapist’s penis- they have to be surgically removed. The inventor was inspired by an interview with a rape victim who once said ‘If only I had teeth down there’. Launched in 2005 in South Africa. Goals: reach global distribution.

Pros:
– available in all sizes
– costs just a little more than a regular condom

– identifies rapist (!)
– the rapist cannot see that it is worn
– reduces the chances of a woman falling pregnant or contracting sexually transmitted diseases
– when the female wants to have sex, can be removed the same way it was applied: like a tampon

Cons:
– the rapist might still kill the victim, however, the pain down there should refrain to think of anything else
– can be used outside of real purpose; as a vengeance, say… against an ex-bf (no, this does not belong under pros)

Critics say the device is medieval, vengeful and barbaric-
I believe rapists should be identified, if not punished. “[It’s] a medieval device for a medieval deed.” And don’t give me the evolutionist argument that men are biologically engineered to spread the seed. I call it Your Right Hand, and use it.

For more info:http://www.rapestop.net/