5 Reasons Condoms Will Change the Way You Think About Everything

November 20, 2021



And that’s not all. Condoms may change the way you think about everything. It can make you feel safer, it can make you feel protected, it can make you feel secure, it can make you feel loved, and it can make you feel important.

Condoms are one of the most common sex toys around (think of all the people who have one in their home).

I know I've read stories about people who have sex with their new boyfriends, husbands, and sons without condoms. I can hear the horror in their voices now. But I can also imagine the scenarios where they were actually having unprotected sex with their husbands, boyfriends, and sons.

Condoms are just like any other sex toy. They work just like any other sex toy. Some people find them to be a bit too intimate and some people just don’t like them. Again, my view is that if you’re having sex with a new partner, you are going to need to be more careful. Sex toys are just like any other sex toy.

Most people have them because they’re something fun to have and they’re convenient.

That said, I'm going to be honest. I do think condoms are a little too intimate. But if I were to personally make an effort to use a condom, I would probably use a bandaid. My personal rule is that if I don't, I don't do it again.

To be perfectly honest I don't even really know if condoms are necessary. I just don't like the idea that my boyfriends and girlfriends have. And when I have sex with them, I sometimes want to be a little bit careless and forget about condoms. So I guess I just like having fun without being responsible.


Condoms have been around for a while now.

They’ve gone through a few major iterations and many iterations of that particular design. The original invention of a condom was very simple. You wrap a rolled-up piece of paper around one of the condom’s ends and tie it. That’s it. But then as people got more comfortable with the idea of a condom, the invention of the condom became a little more complex.

Nowadays, it doesn't really matter if it's a condom or a tampon.

The point of a condom is to be a barrier. It's a barrier to preventing unwanted pregnancy and STDs. And it's a barrier to prevent vaginal tears. To that end, condoms were the most popular means of protection available in the 1960s. As time went on, more folks began to use other types of protection.

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