There is a lot of toys on the market but no matter what kind of toy you will choose you will have to have some good lube to makes things easier for yourself.
Don’t say I use a spit and I’m fine. Well, you are not a teenager anymore, although I hope you are not. This website is +18 rated – kind off.
Anyway, you should be using lube no matter what sexual activity you are performing with your big Johnson. The reason for that is that lube protects your skin from microabrasions.
Lube creates a barrier, a level of protection from external things like the papillary lines on your hands when you are masturbating. If you will refuse to use it each time you have sex you will experience a number of painful symptoms like painful sex, desensitization of your penis, not been able to finish, skin abrasions, infections, broken condoms, etc. the point is that is a bad practice not to use lube.
Trust me broken condoms feel incredible
Well, until you bust a nut into your one-night stand. Then it’s not fun anymore. Is it?
I understand that was a hypothetical.
No, it wasn’t. How many of you reading this right now are a result of sweet lovemaking through a broken condom? A lot… I would dare to say.
Feeling uncomfortable? Good!
Now we can transfer our attention to the causation and solution.
Causation and Prevention
Condoms are thin pieces of usually latex fabric. If you start trusting it against human skin. It will cause micro damages in the fabric – usually, that may not be visible under the naked eye. But all it takes is a couple of swimmers, even from your precum to get a girl pregnant.
I know what many of you might say right now: “But shes really wet”
No. Use lube. I’m not going to talk about how a woman age affects her ability to be wet. Just use lube no matter what.
Have you ever had to remove a condom from a woman’s vagina? You were just standing there confused looking at your partner and trying to figure out who should be the one to go for the rescue mission. Let me tell you that’s a staring contest to most definitely be avoided.
Why is condom sliding happens?
Your condom has two sides one internal from your penis side and one external. When the traction from the internal side is weaker than the external side it will eventually slide off. The reason for that could be that you accumulated sweat and precum in your condom and that will lower the traction and make it fall off.
What is the solution?
Use lube and make the external surface more slippery than the one from inside.
#Pro Tip: Don’t put a condom on a moist penis. Blowjob, precum, and lube can make it worse. Clean it up first with some wipes and then put a condom on.
Types of lube?
- Silicone-based – Just glide, glide and glide like on the skating rink. Long lasting but don’t use it with silicone condoms and toys.
- Lube Oil – Just Glide and glide. Don’t use it with latex condoms.
- Water-Based Lube – Just glide. Dry out relatively quickly which could be a good thing when you need a little bit more resistance. Can be used with all types of toys and condoms.
I think the safest option is always water-based lube. Especially considering the fact that you don’t know what may cause an allergic reaction during sex in you and your newly met partner. Noting ends relationships quicker like having sex and visiting dermatologist right after. Just saying.
Women Dryness Anxiety
There is something that is entirely overlooked when it comes to sex by clueless men and that is women dryness anxiety. Some women do get nervous when for some reason they can’t get wet on the spot even after sufficient foreplay. It might be related to some medical problems or just simply nervousness and not been able to relax.
If a girl shows interest in sex and her vagina doesn’t resemble Canadian Niagara Falls then just use lube and make it no big deal. Comfort and understanding are the most important things in the bedroom.
Lube And Sex Toys
Lubrication is your best friend when it comes to using sex toys, especially with anal play. Who would like to not be able to walk on the next day? That ain’t fun. Use a lot of water-based lube which is good for plastic toys and make it a lot easier for yourself.
Why use Liquid Silk Lube Summary?
- countering vaginal dryness
- imitates natural vaginal lubrication
- it has no scent or taste
- useful pump with no lids
- cleans up easily with water
- skin abrasions and condom brakes prevention