Up until the last two or three decades, condoms have always been predominantly a masculine concern. Protecting the male person from unwanted pregnancies used to be the primary intention of putting on this device. Times change and condom usage is now viewed as the responsibility of both sexes and women have as much right and responsibility as any man to see to it that their partner puts on a condom for protection. Ever heard of herpes
With a lot of options and product lines out there, it is hard to understand why some people would still prefer to expose themselves to health risks rather than use condoms….. ? Manufacturers have given a lot of thought and resources in meeting every possible demand of consumers out there, such as the production of thin condoms for those seeking to experience enhanced sensitivity. Now, for those seeking value-added features, like textured surfaces, flavors, scents, and colors, there are enough condom varieties to satisfy them all. YUMMY!
And speaking of enhanced pleasure, www.keeping-secrets.com has lubricants best suited for condoms. Now, when a man puts on a condom at his own initiative and without any prompting from his lover, he sends across a message of responsibility and caution. BRAVO! Putting on a condom shows that you care! This is great especially if both of you are looking to build a healthy, loving relationship that would hopefully for a long time. Needless to say, reckless behavior in sexual fulfillment without any thought on protection says much on the immature mentality of both participants. C’mon suit up.
So, to some degree, both partners are consenting to use this protective device are looking out for their own protection. It can also be a means of sharing. The use of condoms and other contraceptives lowers anxieties and reduces fears, (wait is that sweat on your brow) making the sexual experience more fulfilling and pleasurable. The practice safe sex does not lower intimacy, it enhances it.