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Nearly everyone knows that using a latex condom for anal sex (fucking) can greatly reduce the chances of getting — or passing on — HIV (the virus that causes AIDS) and many other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) – like syphilis, gonorrhea or chlamydia. Is it difficult for you to make condoms a part of sex?
There are drugs available to help (such as Viagra, Cialis and Levitra) but you should never take these drugs unless they are prescribed by a physician.
Also, never use poppers if you are taking Viagra as the interaction can cause a stroke.
“I wasn’t sure if he wanted to use one.” Be assertive with your partner and let him know — either in words or through your actions — that if you are going to fuck, you want to protect both of you by using a condom.
“I wasn’t sure how to tell him I wanted to use one.” “He said he didn’t want to use one.” There are many ways you can let him know you want to use a condom without actually telling him: You can make sure condoms and lubricant are in view and within reach of where you have sex; place the condom on yourself or on your partner to show that you want to use one; or you can refuse to fuck and have another kind of sex instead.
“Every time I try to put on a condom, I lose my erection.” Some guys lose their erection (hard-on) when they put on a condom or when they are fucking while wearing a condom.
If this is the case, practice with condoms when you masturbate (jerk off) before you use them with someone else.
Using a cock-ring might help you keep your hard-on.
If you have problems keeping a hard-on, you should see your doctor.
Some of us have unsafe sex because we fear rejection or a lost opportunity for hot sex.