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I'm sorry if this isn't the right area to be posting in but "expert advice" was the closest match when I was browsing the threads [Smile]

Anyway, as per my title,
I have a rough and fairly accurate idea of proper/perfect condom usage, ie. never re-use a condom even if its yours, never use one condom through multiple ejaculations, always remember to use a condom even if in the heat of the moment.

So that aside,
I've seen some sex ed demonstration videos on bananas and stuff, and it's certainly not rocket science, but I was wondering particularly about the "withdrawing" part of using a condom.

After a man has ejaculated into the condom, and assuming he pinched the reservoir tip and it all flowed into the tip etc., as he withdraws, is there a risk of the condom failing if the man was underneath the girl in the sex act?

As in, after a man has ejaculated in the condom, could it slide down and out of the tight grip at the base of the condom?



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Robin Lee
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When withdrawing, it's a good idea to hold onto the base of the condom so that it doesn't accidentally slip sslip off.

Here's an article with pretty much anything you wanted to know about condom use:

Condom Basics: A User's Manual


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