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bellajlo16
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hello i have a question about condoms.

what is the best condom to use? Because me and my boyfriend are using Trogan that is lubricated is it bad that it is lubricated? will it break faster????

answer me plz! ty!


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dailicious
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Really, as long as a condom is being used correctly (see: A Simple Condom Primer) there isn't really a best type to be using.

So, Trojan condoms with lubricant are just fine. Using a condom-safe lubricant such as KY or Astroglide (in addition to the lubricant on the condom) will actually help prevent the condom from breaking.


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