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magic-retina: siphersaysstuff: megabeeprime: snyderman37: anxiousartisan: paladinpup: kramergate: just because it 鈥渇its鈥 doesnt mean its comfortable or sustainable stopppppppp this shit There are two main factors at play when someone says that a condom is too small: (1) the band size is too small (2) the condom is not sustainable The band is at the base of the condom. It鈥檚 latex is made thicker here than the shaft and is, therefore, less elastic. The band keeps the condom secure so it does not come off mid-insertion and so penial聽fluids do not leak from the condom. To do this, the band has to keep a very tight grip on the base of the penis. This is the main complaint from people using condoms too small for them. The shaft鈥檚 plastic can stretch comfortably, but the band is not so lenient and uncomfortably or painfully squeezes the base of the penis. Condoms in use experience a lot of friction. For a condom鈥檚 shaft or band to be stretched farther than it was intended weakens the latex. The band and shaft are then at risk of being broken from the friction. It fitting does not mean it is sustainable. If your partner says a condom is too small, believe them and cease from doing anything that requires a condom. If your partner says a condom is too small but is trying to pressure you into unprotected sex, kick them out the door.聽 Thaaaank you please read the above they make large and XXL condoms for a reason and it鈥檚 not to stoke men鈥檚 egos A former鈥 friend suggested I try a size or two larger, and yes, they do work. Yep. At first, I thought that condoms were supposed to be that tight. I鈥檇 seen those 鈥渃ondoms can fit on a two liter bottle so quit your complaining,鈥 I had no basis for comparison because dudes don鈥檛 talk about that shit, and no one wants to be that聽鈥淗URR HURR GUESS I NEED A MAGNUM XL鈥 guy. Now wear that condom on your arm for a while. Ten minutes at least. Still got sensation in your arm? One of the many failures of sex ed in this country is the notion that there鈥檚 only two types of condom,聽鈥渇its everyone except those elephant-trunk-cock freaks鈥 and聽鈥渇or elephant-trunk-cock freaks or lying braggarts鈥 (and yes, there鈥檚 implicit shame in the idea of people needing non-鈥漴egular鈥-sized condoms and the genesis for such is pretty likely rooted in some really nasty viewpoints about certain groups of people but I鈥檓 digressing). But penises come in a LOT of dimensions, and not all of them fit right in a聽鈥渘ormal鈥 condom. You don鈥檛 need to have a monster down there for a condom to be legitimately painful and/or break mid-act. This can leave a lot of people legitimately unawares that it doesn鈥檛 have to be like this. (I was, early on.) Condom too tight? That鈥檚 a real problem for the reasons pointed out above. But it鈥檚 a solvable one at most drug stores, which generally have a broader (ha ha) selection than your Walmarts or Targets. Or suck it up (ha ha) and go to an聽鈥渁dult boutique鈥 (a proper one) where they鈥檙e likely to have even more options and let鈥檚 be real here the people working at these aren鈥檛 gonna give you Looks over condom selection. Or shop at said boutiques online if you REALLY need to avoid the in-person thing. And if you think you鈥檙e gonna be doing things requiring condoms, HAVE YOUR OWN. Yes, even if you personally don鈥檛 have a penis. Buy a box of large-size as well just in case. And don鈥檛 let anyone give you guff over it, and don鈥檛 let anyone pressure you into unprotected sex because of condom size. For the record, even if you鈥檙e doing things that don鈥檛 involve a penis at all, condoms are good to have around. They make great dental dams on the fly, keep toys clean, and keep body parts clean if your partner is using their hands. :) Also, keep some non-latex ones around in case you or your partner has a latex allergy. Trust me, there are few places worse to have that allergic reaction. o_o : Mousie If a boy ever tells you he's too big for a condom, please send him this magic-retina: siphersaysstuff: megabeeprime: snyderman37: anxiousartisan: paladinpup: kramergate: just because it 鈥渇its鈥 doesnt mean its comfortable or sustainable stopppppppp this shit There are two main factors at play when someone says that a condom is too small: (1) the band size is too small (2) the condom is not sustainable The band is at the base of the condom. It鈥檚 latex is made thicker here than the shaft and is, therefore, less elastic. The band keeps the condom secure so it does not come off mid-insertion and so penial聽fluids do not leak from the condom. To do this, the band has to keep a very tight grip on the base of the penis. This is the main complaint from people using condoms too small for them. The shaft鈥檚 plastic can stretch comfortably, but the band is not so lenient and uncomfortably or painfully squeezes the base of the penis. Condoms in use experience a lot of friction. For a condom鈥檚 shaft or band to be stretched farther than it was intended weakens the latex. The band and shaft are then at risk of being broken from the friction. It fitting does not mean it is sustainable. If your partner says a condom is too small, believe them and cease from doing anything that requires a condom. If your partner says a condom is too small but is trying to pressure you into unprotected sex, kick them out the door.聽 Thaaaank you please read the above they make large and XXL condoms for a reason and it鈥檚 not to stoke men鈥檚 egos A former鈥 friend suggested I try a size or two larger, and yes, they do work. Yep. At first, I thought that condoms were supposed to be that tight. I鈥檇 seen those 鈥渃ondoms can fit on a two liter bottle so quit your complaining,鈥 I had no basis for comparison because dudes don鈥檛 talk about that shit, and no one wants to be that聽鈥淗URR HURR GUESS I NEED A MAGNUM XL鈥 guy. Now wear that condom on your arm for a while. Ten minutes at least. Still got sensation in your arm? One of the many failures of sex ed in this country is the notion that there鈥檚 only two types of condom,聽鈥渇its everyone except those elephant-trunk-cock freaks鈥 and聽鈥渇or elephant-trunk-cock freaks or lying braggarts鈥 (and yes, there鈥檚 implicit shame in the idea of people needing non-鈥漴egular鈥-sized condoms and the genesis for such is pretty likely rooted in some really nasty viewpoints about certain groups of people but I鈥檓 digressing). But penises come in a LOT of dimensions, and not all of them fit right in a聽鈥渘ormal鈥 condom. You don鈥檛 need to have a monster down there for a condom to be legitimately painful and/or break mid-act. This can leave a lot of people legitimately unawares that it doesn鈥檛 have to be like this. (I was, early on.) Condom too tight? That鈥檚 a real problem for the reasons pointed out above. But it鈥檚 a solvable one at most drug stores, which generally have a broader (ha ha) selection than your Walmarts or Targets. Or suck it up (ha ha) and go to an聽鈥渁dult boutique鈥 (a proper one) where they鈥檙e likely to have even more options and let鈥檚 be real here the people working at these aren鈥檛 gonna give you Looks over condom selection. Or shop at said boutiques online if you REALLY need to avoid the in-person thing. And if you think you鈥檙e gonna be doing things requiring condoms, HAVE YOUR OWN. Yes, even if you personally don鈥檛 have a penis. Buy a box of large-size as well just in case. And don鈥檛 let anyone give you guff over it, and don鈥檛 let anyone pressure you into unprotected sex because of condom size. For the record, even if you鈥檙e doing things that don鈥檛 involve a penis at all, condoms are good to have around. They make great dental dams on the fly, keep toys clean, and keep body parts clean if your partner is using their hands. :) Also, keep some non-latex ones around in case you or your partner has a latex allergy. Trust me, there are few places worse to have that allergic reaction. o_o
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