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All about condoms
Nowadays, condoms come in a variety of sizes, colours, and even flavours. There are small ones, skinny ones, purple ones, strawberry ones, peppermint ones... you name it, and it probably exists.
Exactly how many different kinds of condoms are out there? Are there in fact any significant differences at all? Basically, all condoms would fall under 8 categories in general, based on the primary consideration. These do not include the ones that would be invented tomorrow (knowing the ingenuity of today's generation, they will come up with something).
Size: This involves the width and not the length. However, those available in convenience shops are standard-sized.
Lubrication: Here different substances are used for different brands of condoms. Picking the water-based ones is best like those that are pre-lubricated with spermicidal gel or foam. Petroleum, baby oil or cream used as lubricant is risky. These types have the tendency to weaken condoms, even latex.
Spermicidal: A spermicidal lubricant is sometimes used to lessen the probability of pregnancy. One of the more common is called nonoxynol-9. Some individuals are sensitive to this and in fact, if used a lot of times, may heighten HIV-infection possibility.
Colour: Available in almost every colour of the rainbow.
Flavour: Obviously this is for those daring individuals who have a propensity for oral sex. Tastes can range from strawberry to chocolate to god knows what else! However, these condoms should not be used for vaginal/anal sex.
Reservoir tip: Most condoms in fact have a reservoir-like end to hold the semen as opposed to the few others which have plain tips. For the reservoir type, make sure that you pinch the tip before dressing it on. This is more or less mandatory because if air gets in, it could easily break when you are busy and that is what you wouldn't like to happen.
What do women want in a condom? Some condoms are packaged to look like tampon containers and a few women are attracted to this. Form also counts For as long as she gets assured that it would not break, she probably would not actually care on what specific kind of condom is being used.
And oh, women generally, do not care about the ridges, ribbing or the lubrication.