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giorgos
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Could Freash Cream do any harm at the genetals? Becauze my gf asked if we could use something like it =D
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JamsessionVT
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Like whipped cream? Or just plain whole cream?

Either way, you want to keep both away from the vagina. Around the vulva or mons is pushing it, but it probably OK. The reasoning is that the sugars can throw off the natural bacterial count in the vagina and cause infection. No fun for anyone.

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giorgos
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well ok..the cream isn't planned to go near the vagina anyway..penis
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any problems there though?
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Actually, there is. It wouldn't cause any damage to your penis but it could certainly cause damage to a condom.

Have you and your partner both been tested twice 6 months apart for STIs and were both STIs clear and remained monogamous since ? If not, then I'd strongly suggest that you use a condom for oral sex given unprotected oral sex poses a STIs risk.

And the thing is condoms and whipped cream do not match well together. Whipped cream (which is oily) is UNSAFE to use with condoms as it tends to damage them and therefore makes them less effective against STIs.

So best thing ? Ditch the whipped cream. It would be safer for you to use a flavored condom or flavored lube.

[ 01-31-2008, 02:30 PM: Message edited by: cool87 ]

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(Edited out cuz Cool said the same thing- and apparently her response didn't load on my comp!! [Razz] )

[Edited again to add... if you guys wanted to use the whipped cream elsewhere on your bodies, you totally could. There's no harm in that, and it's still pretty darn fun! [Smile] ]

[ 01-31-2008, 02:50 PM: Message edited by: Leabug ]

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