How To Pick Your Condom Size

 How To Pick Your Condom Size

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To this day, I can’t believe that people (I’m looking at you, men) think that wearing a condom ruins sex. The minor inconvenience of putting on a condom before you get up in them guts does not even compare to the inconvenience of contracting an STI or getting a woman pregnant.

By in large, the reason men hate condoms so much is because they don’t know their condom size! All the usual complaints about condoms such as “They’re too tight!”, “They’re too loose!”, “They keep slipping off or breaking!”, and “They don’t feel good!” can all be fixed just by knowing what your condom size is.

Just think, if you didn’t know your shoe size and you just tried wearing any size of shoe, you’d probably think that walking barefoot was the way to go. Would you be willing to risk stepping on rusty nails and other garbage because walking around barefoot feels better? Probably not. So then why are you risking going bareback?

Follow these 3 simple steps to determine your condom size and I guarantee that sex with a condom will feel just as good as sex without a condom. 

Step 1 – Get an erection

I’m sure your flaccid penis is a beautiful thing but your won’t be flaccid when you’re wearing a condom. The human penis can grow between 1 and 3 inches when it’s erect, so to get the best fitting condom you need to measure your penis when it’s erect.

I find that looking at nude women on Sex.com always gives me an erection, so why not go look at some nude women. I’ll be here waiting.

If the nude women on Sex.com does not give you an erection, you might want to see a doctor.

 

Step 2 – Measure your penis

Now that your penis is erect, take a tape measure and measure the length of your penis. Make sure you measure from the very base of the penis. Like right down to the pubic bone because fat can sometimes hide the actual length of your penis. Once you have the measuring tape from base to tip, write down the number. If it’s an especially high number, make sure to leave it out and about where single women might find it.

Once you’ve figured out how long your penis is, it’s time to measure the penis’s girth. Take your tape measure and wrap it around the shaft of your penis. Write down the tape measure’s reading and leave it out for single women to find. If you don’t have a soft tape measure, use string! All you have to do is wrap the string around the shaft, mark where it meets and measure that with a ruler.

 

Step 3 – Finding the condom that’s right for you

Now that you have the dimensions of your penis, it’s time to choose the condom that’s right for you.

Not all condoms are made equal, but this should help you determine which condoms are right for you:

Snug fit: 7 to 7.8 inches long, 1.75 inches diameter

Standard: 7.25 to 7.8 inches long, 1.75 to 2 inches diameter

Large: 7.25 to 8.1 long, 2 to 2.25 inches diameter

If your penis isn’t 7 inches long when erect, don’t fret. Condoms need space at the top to work properly. Hopefully you already know that from some kind of sex education class.

But believe it or not, length isn’t what’s important. Condoms need to fit like a glove in diameter. So if your penis is 2 inches in diameter, then you’re a standard condom man!

 

Once you find your proper condom size, I think you’ll find that sex with a condom isn’t as bad as you thought it was.

Good luck everyone!

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Published on: December 18, 2013

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