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Condoms for Men

Condoms are an essential accessory for responsible and enjoyable intimate experiences. They act as a shield, protecting against unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases. But condoms are not just about safety; they're also about enhancing pleasure! With an array of textures like ribbed or dotted, they are designed to intensify sensations for both partners.

For those seeking a more natural feel, ultra-thin options ensure closeness without compromise. Condoms can also add a fun twist to intimacy with various flavors and colors. It’s crucial to find the right fit for comfort and effectiveness, and fortunately, condoms come in a range of sizes. So, whether you're looking to safeguard your health, spice up your experience, or both, condoms are your go-to guardian angels. They’re a small, yet powerful tool in ensuring a fulfilling and worry-free intimate life.

Condoms for Men FAQs

Condoms are one of the most widely used products on Earth and therefore has many different types and options. Below we have listed the most common types of condoms available.

  • Latex condoms - The most commonly used type of condom. These come lubricated or without lubrication.
  • Plastic or Lambskin Condoms - These are the most common type of condoms for those who have a latex allergy. These types of condoms typically do not come pre-lubricated.
  • Spermicidal Condoms - These are condoms that are designed to kill sperm on contact as an added level of protection against unwanted pregnancy. The active ingredient in the spermicide is nonoxynol-9, a body-safe ingredient that can potentially irritate your genitals.
  • Textured & Added Sensation Condoms - These types of condoms typically have ribs, nubs, or other textures that cover the outside of the condom. This gives added sensations to the person receiving the penetration. Added sensation condoms might also have tingling or stimulating lubricant that can cool, warm, or provide other types of sensations.
Many condom manufacturers make a prolonging condom that is designed to reduce sensitivity in the penis and allow you to have sex for a longer period of time. These condoms are usually coated in a lubricant that includes Benzocaine or Lidocaine. These are over-the-counter and safe numbing agents often found in dentist offices. They do work exceptionally well at delaying orgasm for most people wearing them.

You can use lubricant with condoms but there is a caveat. Latex condoms can only be used with a water-based or silicone-based lubricant. Any petroleum or oil-based lubricant will degrade the latex and cause them to rip or tear. Never use an oil-based lubricant with latex condoms.

If you are using Lambskin or other synthetic condoms, you can use any type of lubricant without worrying about ruining the condom.

Using condoms on penetrating sex toys is a very common practice among users. Most of the time you would want to use a condom on a toy if you plan on sharing the toy or are worried about bacteria and other hygiene-related issues that might come with using a sex toy.

Condoms also help users who have a toy that they might be allergic to. Just make sure you are not allergic to latex as well.

Finally, if you are like so many and just do not enjoy cleaning your toys, using a condom will keep your toy cleaner (although we still highly recommend cleaning after use, even with a condom)

Condoms are 98% effective at protecting against most STIs like chlamydia and gonorrhea. However, condoms don't protect you from all STIs such as herpes, genital warts, and syphilis which can be spread from skin-to-skin contact.

No! You must find a condom that will fit your size penis. There are generally 3 sizes of condoms that fit 99% of the population. There are snug-fit condoms that are smaller in size and designed for men who are below average in size.

There is also the most common “regular” size condom that covers 90% of the condoms sold.

Finally, there is the XL size condoms such as Trojan Magnum which are designed for men who have a large size penis.


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