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zhiandthechocolatecupcake
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I was reading one of the articles about how to use a condom properly on Scarleteen, and I don't really understand the instructions on how to put on a condom on an uncircumcised penis. What does "pull the foreskin and the unrolled part of the condom upward" while at the same time rolling down the condom to the base, mean? How is that possible??? :P I don't quite get it.

Could someone kindly explain? Thanks so very much.

When my boyfriend (he's uncircumcised) and I have intercourse, the condom tends to 'unroll' itself and becomes longer, leaving more space in the front. Sometimes, the condom also moves 'upward' from the base of the penis. Is that supposed to happen? Are we using the condom wrongly?


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