A new study by researchers at Hunter College has found that the larger a man's penis is, the less likely he is to use a condom. The data was culled from surveys of nearly gay and bisexual men, in an attempt to determine whether the fit and feel of condoms impacts how men use them. The answer?
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By the time he was 15 years old, John had already gotten familiar with the focused ritual of measuring his dick. Time after time, though, the measuring tape shut down that theory. The realization came into sharp focus when he bought his own condoms for the first time in high school.
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Photo via Flickr user TheImpulsiveBuy. Nobody feels sympathy for a guy who complains about his big dick, but possessing a monster cock comes with its share of problems. A long and I mean looooooong penis can plop into a toilet when you sit down to poop; an extremely thick cock might have trouble fitting in certain holes. Most critically, many well-endowed men struggle to find condoms that fit them.
Condoms are still the most effective way to prevent pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases. Men have been using them for over 11, years, after all, so the technology is pretty sound. But a condom's got to fit right—not so loose it slips off or so tight it breaks.
While they come in a wide variety of sizes, flavours and types, they can also serve very specific functions, such as helping delay a man's orgasm, or significantly improve pleasure for both partners. Contrary to popular belief, using a condom properly is fairly easy. For starters, keep condoms in a tin case or a box as opposed to a bag or a wallet. Doing so might damage.