While it is easy to understand that navigating the condom and safe sex talk can be tricky and uncomfortable, your health and future well-being depends on it like never before. And, you deserve a partner that both respects you and values protecting your health.
Most parents are not comfortable thinking about their teens having sex, much less talking to them about it. Also, social norms and religious beliefs make things more complicated and more emotionally charged. However, I cannot stress this enough that this may be the most important conversation you will have with your teens ... because it has the power to truly save their lives.
I recently read an article by an American living in Sweden. The single woman, who'd had more than a few romps with Swedish men, noted that Swedes are not only very much against condom use, but that some of them — even adult male Swedes in their 20s and 30s — don't even know how to put one on because condom use is so rare.
When Lucky Bloke announced Mission: Great Sex! and the call for Global Condom Reviews…well, of course, we responded. Who wouldn't want to try the top condoms from around the world for free? I mean it is all in the name of research, right? I had no idea how much condoms have changed and how changed my opinions would be. Believe me, I never thought I'd be writing this article.
I've been blessed to have a stellar education when it comes to sexual health, but there's one subject that I don't recall great discussion on: non latex condoms. Now, I'm not plagued with a latex allergy, but many Americans are, which can make choosing a love glove a bit more challenging. Luckily, non-latex options are available.
If cheating itself isn't bad enough, now science confirms that cheaters, on top of being assholes, are also less likely to wrap it up before having sex with someone who isn't their partner. Gross! Let's just pour some (green, oozing) salt on that open wound, shall we?
Here at Lucky Bloke: the Ultimate Condom Subscription Service we know how much size really does matter. Once upon a time there was a darling, young girl named Goldilocks and she…Oh, wait. You’ve already heard her story? Okay, that’s great. It means we can jump forward to this modern day tale featuring Goldilocks (now sexy and sassy, of course), and introducing her very thoughtful and über sexy boyfriend, Goldie-Beard.
If you or your partner has a latex sensitivity, all hope for a fun (and safer) sex life is not lost. Condom technology has come a long way, and there are some incredible alternatives to latex condoms available. In fact, non-latex condoms can even be more pleasurable for couples, regardless of latex sensitivities. Your friends at Lucky Bloke are here to share the top non-latex condom options.
Here at Lucky Bloke, we realize even the sexiest in all the land, may take a break from getting lucky, and then need to get back into the swing of things. Often, this can be a bit intimidating. From who will buy condoms to will I remember how to do this? –we understand, there is a lot to navigate.
In support of National Gay Pride Month – which is every June – Conscious Contraceptives is hosting a national contest in which participants can win an entire year's worth of condoms. You'll save money, contribute to a worthwhile organization and of course, keep yourself and your partner(s) safe.
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.