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Facts and Myths

Condoms do not have an expiration date

Condoms definitely have expiration dates. They may last longer if stored in a drawer as opposed to the glove compartment in your car and all the heat variances that go with that, but once the expiration date is reached, throw the condoms out as their effectiveness is compromised.

You have to be 18 to buy condoms

No you don’t, you can buy condoms at any age. This is very important as many teens are hesitant to buy condoms for fear of getting into trouble with the law or their parents.

It’s safer if you use two condoms.

No it isn’t. Using two condoms at once is a really bad idea, whether it’s two male condoms or a male and female condom. It increases the chances of them ripping. Only use one at a time.

Condoms are made of latex, therefore those allergic to latex cannot use condoms

Those allergic to latex condoms can used condoms made of polyurethane. Polyurethane condoms offer the same level of protection as latex condoms.

Condoms cut off circulation

No they don’t. A condom can stretch to 18 inches round. There are many different shapes and sizes that you can try.
My girlfriend is on the pill, so we don’t need condoms
Yes you do. The pill does not protect you or your partner from STIs. Also, if your girlfriend forgets to take a pill, has been sick or has been using antibiotics, the effectiveness of the pill is lower and she could still get pregnant.

Condoms make me less sensitive

Using a condom doesn’t have to spoil the moment. They can make some men last longer before they come, which is good news for both of you. There are many different sizes, shapes, colors, textures and flavors of condoms, so enjoy finding the one that suits you both best.

I don’t need a condom – I only sleep with nice people

STIs don’t know or care if you’re nice or not. The way someone looks is no indicator of whether they have an STI. Many STIs don’t show any symptoms, so you could infect each other without even knowing it.

Safe sex is definitely a priority in this day and age. And condom use is definitely a part of that equation.

Wearing condoms decrease pleasurable sensations

Years ago this may have been true. But condoms have come a long way. Their thinness and various styles including advancements such as ridges and warm lubrication provide not only safety but pleasure too!
Stopping sexual activity to put a condom on kills the mood.

When you consider the time it takes to put a condom on and the fact that it can save your life, it should have no bearing on killing the mood. You can always have your partner put the condom on which may well add to the excitement rather than kill it.

Condoms break easily

You need extra lube. Vaseline is good
No it’s not. A bit of extra lubrication is good but don’t use anything with oil in it as it can dissolve the condom. Use a water-based lubricant, such as KY jelly or Durex Play.