Primeros

How-to

Getting down to it

Condom Just relax and let it roll! These tips will keep your joyride fun:

Before the ride

Carefully open the wrapper and remove the condom. When opening and applying, take care not to damage the condom with sharp objects (fingernails, jewellery, etc.). A damaged condom could let you down. If the wrapper is visibly damaged, do not use the condom. You will need a new condom from an undamaged package to continue your ride.

Rolling

When putting on the condom, press the tip between your thumb and index finger to keep air out. Air could cause breakage later on. Always put the condom on an erect penis, and make sure the foreskin is pulled fully back. Never pull on the condom, but gently roll it down along its full circumference.

Chill Out

After climax, pull the penis out of the vagina before it goes soft. When doing so, grip the condom firmly around the base of the penis and take care not to let it slide off.

The end game

Discard the condom into a waste bin. It’s a very bad idea to throw it into the toilet.

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Before the ride

Carefully open the wrapper and remove the condom. When opening and applying, take care not to damage the condom with sharp objects (fingernails, jewellery, etc.). A damaged condom could let you down. If the wrapper is visibly damaged, do not use the condom. You will need a new condom from an undamaged package to continue your ride.

2
Rolling

When putting on the condom, press the tip between your thumb and index finger to keep air out. Air could cause breakage later on. Always put the condom on an erect penis, and make sure the foreskin is pulled fully back. Never pull on the condom, but gently roll it down along its full circumference.

3
Chill Out

After climax, pull the penis out of the vagina before it goes soft. When doing so, grip the condom firmly around the base of the penis and take care not to let it slide off.

4
The end game

Discard the condom into a waste bin. It’s a very bad idea to throw it into the toilet.

Warning from unplanned parents

Always wear a condom right from the beginning of intercourse, both for protection against disease and because of pre-cum.

Action plan 72

If a condom leaks or breaks during use, visit a doctor within 72 hours - do not leave it later than that!

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