It doesn't matter how charming he is. It doesn't matter how sexy he is. Your health is still the number one priority. If you are prepared when he bats his eyelashes and runs his very sexy hand up your thigh, you will stay in control of both your safety and your pleasure.
Sure sometimes condoms do get a bad rap, but these 10 interesting facts will make you realize, current condom users don't have it too badly afterall. 1. Condom design and manufacturing has made some impressive advances in the last hundred years, but the condom itself is far from a new invention. The oldest known claim to the use of condoms if actually part of a cave painting in Grotte des Combarrelles in France. The paintings in this cave are estimated to be between 12,000 and 15,000 years old!
The Research and Development department here at Lucky Bloke had a few moments to spare and decided to have some fun composing a list of key historical figures and what condoms they would have preferred if they'd been available during their time in history. The results are sure to entertain you.
I am not here to say sex is right or wrong—it isn’t…right or wrong. It’s a biological function often associated with heavy breathing, sucking face, and a bleary anticipation, however repressed, of Happily Ever After… unless, of course, it’s not! Which is rare, unless you’re a pro at shutting off your feeling center. In any case, it’s precisely the After part that I am after right here and now.
Who doesn't want to be a sex goddess in the bedroom? And, as they say: "Knowledge is Power!" Lucky Bloke is here to equip you with a handful of super sexy products made, specifically, to enhance his performance and pleasure. But, who are we kidding?! Introduce a few of these, in just the right way, and you will be the reigning heroine in the bedroom.
Birth control ain't just for ladies anymore. A form of birth control is now available for men that has shown to be 100 percent effective. All you've got to do is stick a needle in your penis.
YourTango readers, remember, you read about it here first! Lucky Bloke is looking for a few good men and women. Mission: Great Sex!, a Global Condom Review & Safe Sex Initiative presented by LuckyBloke.com is seeking men and women, internationally, in every possible demographic to participate in testing and reviewing the world's best condoms.
The "how to" for condoms seems pretty simple, but as with all sex-related necessities, some complications may arise. Luckily for all of you who didn't get a complete rundown of "Captain Condom" in your high school health class, here are a few must-know facts about those little love gloves to keep your sexual sailing as smooth as possible.
After researching both sides of the Sandra Fluke saga, I find it hard not to side with the courageous third-year law student, who testified on Capitol Hill on Feb. 23, advocating for birth control to be covered by insurance — and was subsequently inexplicably shamed by conservative talk-show host Rush Limbaugh for being a "prostitute" and "slut."
Growing up in a relatively typical Chinese family in Singapore, I received very little sexuality education. Let me give you the context: I did not know that what I had "down there" was called the vulva even though I had the "bits." I did not attempt to pronounce the word penis until I was 26, and as if that by itself was not awkward enough, I was then told that I said it wrong! Here are nine things that I wish I had learned in sex-ed as a teenager...
Ah, America — land of the free, home of the brave, and a nation of people who don't like safe sex. Because really, people, there's nothing like the risk of a sexually transmitted infection (STI) to spice up your sex life, no?
One would think that, after years of condom-on-banana sex ed in our schools, we'd finally get that condom use is kind of a smart idea. And when I say "kind of," I really mean "just wrap it up, you idiots."
Our Ivy League neighbor down the road, Columbia University, has been named the most sexually healthy college in the country for the second year straight, according to rankings from Trojan.
Scientists all over the world are racing to come up with an option for male birth control and based on new research regarding women and how often they take their birth control pills, we can see why that may not be such a bad idea.