Sex is still a taboo in India and women often have little control over their sex life. For a long time, women (and men) have faced a problem wherein they have been forced to ask their partner to wear a condom to avoid unwanted pregnancy and risk of contracting a sexually transmitted disease (STD). Well, ladies you will be glad to know that now you can take your life in your own hands as luckily for you a thing called female condoms exist!
Female condoms are also called internal condoms as instead of going on the p**is they go inside the vagina. They are equally effective at protecting you (and your partner) from pregnancy and STDs like herpes, chlamydia, and syphilis. Just like the male condoms, the sperm that your partner releases, remains inside the condoms and out of your vajayjay. The best thing about female condoms is the fact that your partner does not need to wear a condom if you are wearing one.
They are soft plastic pouches that create a barrier between your vagina and the sperms from your partner. It comes with rings at both ends. While one part goes inside your vajayjay, the other stays outside to hold the condom in place.
But before you go about taking your sex life in your own hands, there are some things that you should know about this magical device. Here’s what you should know about female condoms:
How to use a female condom?
Using a female condom for the first time can be a bit scary but worry not gals as it is perfectly safe to use and remove it. Here’s what you need to do:
1. To wear it, stand/ sit in a comfortable position (like the one you use while putting on a tampon).
2. Squeeze the sides of the inner ring and insert it in.
3. Use your finger to push it in till it rests in your cervix.
4. Pull out your finger and leave the outer ring outside your vajayjay. And you are good to go!
You might have to guide your partner into the opening of the condom a few times, but once you guys get used to it, going to bed will definitely be fun!
Are female condoms flexible?
Female condoms are flexible just like their male counterparts. They can easily accommodate any type of p**is and they even have the ability to expand, based on the size of your partner. However, there is one thing that you should know. Female condoms are not reusable. So, you need to throw them away once you are done having a good time with your partner.
Where can I buy female condoms?
Well, many online stores including Rediff, Flipkart, and Amazon India sell female condoms. You can also ask your nearest chemist for female condoms.
Stay safe and have fun!
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