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Putting condoms on with your mouth

Posted by Condomologist on March 18, 2009

Among the many ways to spice up your sex life with a condom, a reader writes:

“Learn how to cheek condoms!

You can do this with insertive condoms for oral sex or for penetrative sex. Some people hide rolled-up condoms in their cheeks then slip it on. Others don’t hide it, but just add it to the sexual repetoire for fun. It takes some skill and some practice, but what a great way to eroticize condoms!

Check out  some step-by-step instructions.”

The only question I’ve always had with this fun trick is how you’d manage to leave space at the tip of the condom to catch semen, but I guess it’s not too difficult to pinch a half-inch or so after the condom is rolled on — assuming there are no air pockets left prior to engaging in sex. What do others think?


4 Responses to “Putting condoms on with your mouth”

  1. Mark said

    Sounds awfully difficult to me. You would need a very patient partner to practice with, no?

    • Jonathan said

      Yes indeed. Never seen it done, though I’m sure HBO’s Real Sex has done a segment on it at some point or another. But what’s a good partner if not patient when we need to put on a condom, need to get it up, come too quickly, can’t find the G-spot or the prostate, can’t get in sync with each other’s thrusting motions, can’t find that comfortable position. Isn’t sex often about patience? In general it probably ain’t worth the time, but then, how cool would it be if a partner could do it very quickly?

  2. Dan said

    This isn’t really the topic of your post, but does anyone ever really use a condom for a blowjob? And if not, shouldn’t we stop pretending that they do, and perhaps start thinking of some alternative ways to cut down on oral sex-related VD transmissions?

    I haven’t the faintest idea what that alternative would be, but I’m pretty convinced that the campaign to convince people to use condoms of dental dams for oral sex is a waste of the time for the foreseeable future.

    • Jonathan said

      Yo, i’m with you homie. This was my previous post and I’m sticking to it. The best argument I’ve heard for condoms for blowjobs is for sex workers, who understandably would want to use one and do in fact. And it’s also important to point out that HIV — the scariest of all the STDs (we don’t say VD my man) — is almost never transmitted through oral sex, or at least no one can point to a documented case of it. There’s no real alternative to speak of, but as sexual health gurus, it’s at least our duty to point out that it’s a possibility; we’d be remiss in not doing so. The other case I can think of is if someone knows they have, say, herpes already (because if you knew you had chlamydia, gonorrhea or syphilis, you’d get it cured with antibiotics), then they might want to use one to reduce the chance of passing it on to their partner. Other than that, my biggest beef is simply that money gets wasted on flavored condoms, which can be used for vaginal or anal sex (the flavor is not like lube and will not exacerbate yeasts infections), but I’ll bet money no one will argue that flavored condoms are their favorite for vaginal or anal sex. So yes, it’s sort of a waste of time, but it doesn’t really waste any time to point it out.

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