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Wear your liberty! Have you tried female condoms yet?

If your partner refuses to use protection, then it is the time to take things in your hand. Here is everything you need to know about female condoms.


Highlights:

What does a female condom look like?

How to wear a female condom?

Pros & Cons of female condoms

We know that condoms are the type of contraceptives, which protect you from various Sexually Transmitted Diseases. This means, there is no other contraceptive device that simultaneously protects you from STDs. The best part of condoms is they are easy to use, moreover, easily available in the market, and easy to dispose of.

However, do you know that these devices are not only meant to be put on the male organ? Now, female condoms are also available that go inside your vagina.

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Yes, my dear ladies! You all can use the condom as well.

What does a female condom look like?

If you have closely monitored the advertisements, it has two parts. One is the sponge, which is known as Spermicidal. It has certain chemicals, which help kill sperm. This is again an added contraception. However, the packaging of some brands does not include Spermicidal. and the contraception depends only on the condom.

The second part is the female condom.

How to wear a female condom?

 

Despite the fact that they may seem daunting at first, female condoms are quite easy to use. Putting in a female condom is similar to putting in a tampon. You may find it challenging at first, but all you need is a little practice.

1. Use a new condom every time you have sex.

2. Open the package carefully to avoid tearing it.

3. The condom should be placed before there is any contact between the penis and the vagina or anus.

4. Apply lubricant to the closed end of the condom.

5. Place it in a position that feels comfortable to you. You may want to lie down, squat, or stand with one leg on a chair.

6. Squeeze the ring on the closed end of the condom together and insert it in your vagina as far as it will go, just like a tampon. For anal sex, put it as far as it will go into your bottom.

7. Let go of the ring so that it opens and stays put.

8. Allow the ring on the other end to hang about an inch outside your vagina or bottom.

When your partner is done with ejaculation, carefully remove it and throw it in the dustbin.

Pros & Cons of female condoms

Pros

The birth control you use is a personal choice. Nevertheless, some women and couples might prefer female condoms to the ones that a man wears because:

You can put one in up to 8 hours before sex, so you do not have to interrupt the mood.
Women can choose to use them if their partners do not want to wear a condom.
They are not made of latex, which irritates some people’s skin.
They stay in place if your partner loses their erection.
You put them in before sex, so you do not have to stop what you are doing as you do with a male condom.
You do not have to remove them right after sex, so you can enjoy the moment more.
It gives a sense of liberty,

Cons

The very first disadvantage of female condoms is their cost. They are almost 3 times more expensive than male condoms.

Female condoms may not be available at your nearby chemist shop. You may face a lot of difficulties finding one. Therefore, online remains the only option.

It does make a certain sound, which can interrupt your pleasure.

It is a little cumbersome. Because it needs a couple of minutes before you start with the act. Therefore, it may break the cycle.

These few reasons work as a hindrance to making female condoms popular.

However, if the male condom is not working, the female condom can always be preferred to save the day!

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Ayushi Mittal

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