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Using a condom greatly reduces the risk of an unwanted pregnancy
Protect against STI's
Condoms provide protection against many STI's
Check the exp. date and make sure the package isn't broken. An old condom as well as a broken package may cause the condom to break during sex.
Place condom in your hand or hold with both hands to visually or tactically figure out which side is up. Attempting to roll the condom over the penis inside-out before turning it around can put sperms on the tip of the condom and impregnate a partner.
Pinch the tip of the condom before rolling it over the erect penis. Air may otherwise fill the tip, which will increase the risk of causing the condom to tear or rip during sex.
Make sure the condom is rolled over the penis all the way down to the root. Failing to do so, will increase the risk of the condom getting stuck during sex, and semen slipping out at the base after ejaculation, increasing the risk of impregnating your partner.
Once orgasm is reached, make sure to pull out before the penis goes flaccid. Staying inside your partner with a flaccid penis will increase the risk of semen slipping out as well as the condom getting stuck inside once pulling out.
Make sure you hold on to the condom at the base when pulling out. Not holding the condom in place when pulling out may cause the condom to get stuck inside your partner.
Don't forget the final step! Carefully remove the condom and throw it in the trash (not toilet!). Having a used condom lying around is apart from being nasty also a plausible, yet slim way of impregnating your partner.
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