Every now and then, I would post a condom review. Well I figure, why post a condom review when sometimes, people just do not know how to use one correctly ?
It is highly recommanded to wear the condom when your cock is hard. Normally this can be achieved by having your partner giving you a oral, or some might call it a blowjob. I am not too sure about the terms because the action of blowing is not present, but rather the act of sucking on the flaccid dick.
Once the hardness has been achieved it is time to go on to step 2, preparing the condom. Opening the wrapper requires certain skills in order not to damage the condom that is inside. Normally one would tear near the edge of the wrapper by the “teeth” of the edge. It is easier this way. Although using a pair of scissors would be easier especially when both your hands are oily but caution must be practiced so that the condom are not damaged by the sharp object.
After determining the directions of the condom (rolling side out). Place it over the hard cock head, and remember to pinch the extra air out before rolling the rest of the condom down. Remember to pull back the foreskin for those who are not circumcised.
The act of pinching the tip to get rid of the air is very important in the condom wearing process. By having no air inside the condom, it is more comfortable for the receiver. Holding the top, roll down the condom with the other hand.
Start rolling the condom till it reach the base of your penis. Your partner might want to give it a suck or 2 depending if the condom is lubricated with spermicite. Do not attempt to force your partner to suck on your cock with the condom on because not all people are fond of the latex smell.
After this step, you can start making love with your partner. I would prefer to smear it with a little more silicon based lubricant. Some might prefer water based lubricant as it is less “oily” but I prefer the silicon based as it is longer lasting.
After both of you ejaculate (what? you never wait till your partner orgasm?), remember to withdraw the condom by holding the base of the condom and pull it out from there. Wrap it up with tissue paper and dispose it. Never throw it down the toilet, as the trapped air in the condom might keep the condom floating.