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5 Ways To Get Your Partner In The Mood With a Condom
Instead of dreading condoms, here are five ways to add a little excitement to foreplay.

Every single part of sex should be fun.
Yes, even the condom part.

Hey, all the more reason to spice things up in the bedroom right?

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Here are a few of our favorite ways to integrate safe sex into your routine.

1. Role Play:

What man doesn’t love a “naughty nurse” night? Dress up in your medical best, and tell him he is due for a “check up”. Make it the grand finale (well, at least to the role playing part), and slip a condom on. Just make sure you are doing it right. Check out our condom sizing guide to make sure you get the right fit.

2. Try something new:

I know we say this often, but there are a lot of options out there. Why not be assertive and pick out the ones you want? At Lucky Bloke we have all the condoms you could ever dream of. We highly suggest a variety pack for your condom subscription. This way, each time is an adventure for both of you, and you are getting what you want out of it. Our Ultimate Condom Samplers come in: small, medium, large.  Both partners getting theirs? Sounds like a perfect night to us!

3. Try it with foreplay:
For a lot of people, a condom seems “uncomfortable”. Change the thinking. Test out a few flavored condoms that both you, and your partner, will obviously love. Make it a part of your move to put it on before giving them a little below the belt action. We do however, recommend changing condoms before moving on to other sex acts as you can damage a condom with your teeth!

4. Never nag:

While this one doesn’t sound as fun, it is important to be positive about safe sex. Be positive and excited about whipping out the condoms. I mean come on, it’s the first sign that you are about to get laid! If you are comfortable using condoms, it is much easier to be excited about them. Check out our condom comfort primer to get the support you need!

5. Always be prepared:

An important part of ensuring your partner will wear a condom is, making sure you always have some ready. Guess what, we are just the man (or woman) for the job! Head over to LuckyBloke.com and sign up for a , tailored to your needs.

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