August 2016

Sexual Education

Sexual Education is important for young

Sex once is forbidden topic in the society, but now people more open to it now. Sexual Education through articles, facts and resources on safer sex issues. Sexual Health discussed in depth. Through safe sex education and the promotion of sexually responsible behavior ,along with the correct use of condoms, as a society, we can help reduce the spread of HIV / AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases. STD prevention is one of THE top priorities for condom companies, Customers are constantly asking us questions like, “What condoms are the best one to buy? What condoms protect against STD’s? Are all condoms effective against pregnancy? Why do condoms break?” and on and on. We strive to take the awkwardness out of sexual health discussions by turning sex education into a fun learning experience. There should be no stigmas when dealing literally with life and death decisions. The more educated, comfortable and open the world is about safe sex education, std prevention and right way of condom use — the healthier our society will be. The end definitely justifies the means. More and more school teacher also teach students of the sexual topic and parents also have the sense to their children of how they come to the world.

Requiring Condom During Porn Shoots

Condom always easy get attention in the news, it’s always startling new if it together with the porn industry. In 2012 the city of Los Angeles passed Measure B law, which would require condoms to be worn when filming pornographic videos. It was hotly contested, with supporters arguing that it would be safer for the performers, and stop the spread of sexually transmitted infections. Opponents argued that such regulations would drive the porn industry out of Los Angeles, and would set an invasive precedent about how consulting adults have sex. Ultimately, the supports won, so from now on, all the porn stars need wear condom when they work, this also a better protection for themselves.

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thinnest condoms

Latex is widely use in condom industry. And normal thickness always at 0.06mm, which really can deduct the men’s feeling. Common complaint about condoms is that they decrease the sensation and that the process of putting a condom on somehow kills the excitement. Well, if your willy goes down while you’re putting a condom, I’m sorry but it’s more likely that you’re too nervous or inexperienced so don’t blame it on the condom right away. But if your problem is the lack of sensation, there is a solution -try the thinnest condoms before you give up on condoms or bash them. Maybe you have even tried some ultra thin latex condoms, but new generation of condoms with new materials, pushes the boundaries of thickness and provides even better feeling. In this post we will introduce you with the thinnest condoms currently available on the market. 0.01mm polyurethane condom is the world’s current thinnest condom, so you can choose it if care of the thickness and feeling.

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which type of condom is best for you?

As a supplier, we always asked by friends, which type condom is better? Or which brands recommend to use? This is the most important question as need is more important than want when choosing a condom. You might want all the bells and whistles but you may need a larger condom or a smaller one or if you are allergic to latex material, you will need a non-latex condom material like Polyurethane or Polyisoprene. Although PU condom is more popular now. You need to know if your partner is allergic to latex as well and if you don’t know you might want to be safe and go with a non-latex condom to start. There is nothing worse than giving a new girlfriend a latex allergic reaction the first time you hook up. So please choose the one you really suit to, that’s very important than feeling. Safe is No.1 standard when choose it.

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Polyurethane Condoms

Many consumer already tired with latex condom, so they prefer to choose the polyurethane material condom. But if they are safe to use? The clinical breakage rate of the polyurethane condom was 7.2%, compared with 1.1% for the latex condom (relative risk of 6.6, 95% confidence interval of 3.5-12.3). The complete slippage rate (combining incidents during intercourse and withdrawal) of the polyurethane condom was 3.6%, compared with 0.6% for the latex condom (relative risk of 6.0, 95% confidence interval of 2.6-14.2). Most male users preferred the sensitivity provided by the polyurethane condom to that of the latex condom. So we come to the Conclusions that The clinical breakage rate of the polyurethane condom is significantly higher than that of the latex condom. However, nearly half of the users preferred the polyurethane condom, which provides an option for couples who have rejected conventional condoms or who cannot use latex products. That means you can choose latex if not allergic, if you have to choose non latex goods, polyurethane condom is the better choice.