Long-term committed relationships are great, if only for one reason: assuming you’ve both been tested for sexually transmitted diseases and there’s another sort of birth control going on (or not if you want kids) you can forgo the whole condom thing.
We’re all about safe sex here at Peeperz, but I’ll be the first to admit that condoms can be a drag sometimes. They’re great for casual sex, but there’s something about the feel of skin against skin and hot sticky fluids that make sex within a monogamous relationship a little bit better.
Bare-backing it isn’t always a safe option though, which makes the ultimate thin condom the holy grail of safe and pleasurable sex.
According to the copy for a new Durex ad, currently running in India, the superthin ultima condom is so thin “you can leave her pleasantly puzzled–did he really use one? Or didn’t he?”
I like a thin condom as much as the next guy, but I’m not really looking to be left wondering whether or not one was used. It’s not that I’m paranoid… expect that I am.
You see, when I was a wee lass of fifteen and about to have sex for the second time in my life, I asked the guy I was with if he had a condom. Had I known he was going to say yes, turn to the bedside table, and PRETEND to put one on I would have pulled out the condom I had in my back pocket and slide it on myself, but nooooo….. I was a trusting inexperienced kid with bad night vision.
Long story short, I only realized I had been tricked when he blew his load inside of me. Semen leaking down my legs was a dead give away. I hadn’t come close to having an orgasm, there was no way the puddle slowly forming on the mattress between my legs had come from me.
What an asshole! On the upside, he did teach me to be a little more assertive about protecting my womb and body from unwanted invading forces. All of which to say, a condom so thin you barely notice it’s there = good, while a condom so thin you’re left wondering if you need the morning after pill = bad. Thanks for the happy walk down memory lane, Durex! Being violate never felt so good.
Via the gloss.com