Condoms are great. These little rubber things have a lot going for
them. Above all, they protect you from undesirable side-effects during
sex. And especially from the really dangerous pathogens. They're also
simple to use – just read the instructions. You can put the condom on
yourself. You can have it put on for you. Some women are very practised
at it and can even do it with their mouth. When you have sex using a
condom, you can feel quite safe.
Does your dick not stay stiff
enough? Does all excitement wilt as soon as you think about condoms?
You're not alone. It happens to many other men, too. But that can
change with a bit of practice. It's just a matter of getting used to
it. So just practise, practise, practise. On your own, in the privacy
of your own home. Or with a friendly helping hand, which turns
practising into a lot of fun!
Still no luck, despite all the
practising? Maybe you need a special size condom. Or maybe a visit to
the doctor will do the trick. It could be that your foreskin, the skin
covering the end of your dick, doesn't pull back far enough. Another
thing: if you happen to be allergic to latex (which is what most
condoms are made of), there are condoms available made of different
If you still can't manage with a
condom, despite trying everything, ask the woman if she can use a
Femidom. That's a condom for women, which also provides good protection