Is it bad to wear 2 condoms at once?

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April 26, 2011 1:04AM

Two condoms are safer than one. This article below explains in

detail why theories about latex, friction, and tears are

meaningless in the setting of actual sex. Many factors effect the

performance of a condom, including vaginal juice, pre-semen,

artificial lubrication, and oxygen. Read article for details, and

learn the difference between theoretical safe sex and practical

safe sex.

http://www.crassanova.com/2009/08/two-condoms-are-better-than-one/

It is bad to wear two condoms at once friction is the main

problem. One will slip off. Might even cause the second to break.

Why the heck do you want two? Use some anti spermisicide cream. Get

a bigger size if they break on you all the time.

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"There_are_two_reasons_to_wear_two_condoms">There are two reasons

to wear two condoms

Neither of which is valid anymore.

The first is for disease prevention when one of the partners is

allergic to latex. Here you would use one latex condom and one skin

condom. If the female partner is allergic you put the latex sheath

on first, then the skin one; if the man is allergic the skin condom

goes on first. Latex-sensitive people now use polyurethane

condoms.

The other is part of an old-wives' tale. Supposedly if you're a

premature ejaculator you can slow yourself down by using two

condoms to desensitize the penis. I guess it works but it's not

really all that safe. Premature ejaculators can now buy condoms

with topical anesthetic gel inside the tip--put one of these on and

you won't be able to feel your penis for at least half an hour. But

whatever you do, do NOT screw up and put one of these on inside

out!

Wrong Wrong Wrong Wrong Wrong . Rookie mistake. The friction

WILL tear both condoms, and then you are in a world of trouble.


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