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I dont know what to pick cant i use it without a condom in not going to "do it" but im going to need something to masturbate with is Vaseline or Shaving Gel ok. Help
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Your post is a little bit unclear, so forgive me if I don't answer your question.

If you are male, you can use any kind of lubricant for masturbation. However, I'd advise picking up a bottle of KY or Astroglide, which are meant for sexual purposes.

Regardless of gender, you should NEVER use a lube like Vaseline on a condom, or near or inside the vagina.

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