Find out why a couple in a relationship might choose to use condoms.
Condoms are the sexiest.
“even in these complicated times when gender roles are continuing to shift, evolve, redefine and deepen, it sure is nice to see an option, other than a vasectomy, for men to protect their partners from unwanted pregnancies and other health risks.”
Yep, you’re not seeing things, that’s really what you just read. But seriously, and even in these complicated times when gender roles are continuing to shift, evolve, redefine and deepen, it sure is nice to see an option, other than a vasectomy, for men to protect their partners from unwanted pregnancies and other health risks.
Not to mention in same-sex couples where protection is also essential, it’s always a welcome relief to shift the responsibility of contraception back and forth a bit from partner to partner.
But more often than not in a hetero couple, it’s the woman’s responsibility to take care of all that themselves via various forms of birth control, and to be completely honest, many leave little to be desired.
Ahem, have we finally done away with diaphragms for good?!
Pretty sure we have, but the contraception left, while perhaps more advanced, and sort of less complicated to use, still rests heavily on the female member of the partnership to shoulder the burden.
“Hey, it’s 2019, and lucky us, there are some super cute ones on the market that make being a condom carrying citizen pretty cool.”
The pill, IUD, patch, sponge, shot, vaginal rings—oh my, there’s just so many! And, it’s not only the sheer quantity of birth prevention designed for women, but they are also as diverse as their users. It does make you wonder (scratches head) why there isn’t the same sort of selection for men; last we checked, they often like having sex without getting their partner pregnant, right?
Enter condoms for couples 2.0.
Hey, it’s 2019, and lucky us, there are some super cute ones on the market that make being a condom carrying citizen pretty cool. But we’re going to take it even further and really call out those dudes picking out condoms that were mindfully designed for the ladies in their lives whose health and wellness they value.
We see you and we think what you’re doing is pretty hot.
So, maybe you’re wondering why would a couple in a committed relationship choose to use condoms?
“Non-latex, BPA free, and an assortment of the thinnest condoms that are lubed up and ready to go, these days condoms ARE sexy because they are all about making sex safe, accessible and about the user experience.”
Well, maybe they have kids already, or maybe they’re not planning on them now (or maybe ever) - either way, pregnancy is not on the agenda. Maybe she’s tried the pill in the past and for whatever reason (there are many) it wasn’t the right fit for her. Or, while the IUD is a great option for some, she isn’t interested. And sometimes it’s just simple: condoms can be used as a bulletproof backup plan to any of the other types of contraception already named to double down on safety and prevention.
The list goes on, but as we move through the options we discover that condoms are not just a safe bet, but a way to take all the guesswork out of the equation, and just get down to getting hot and heavy.
Which is obviously our favorite part.
Non-latex, BPA free, and an assortment of the thinnest condoms that are lubed up and ready to go, these days condoms ARE sexy because they are all about making sex safe, accessible and about the user experience.
And have we mentioned how nice it is for someone who typically has to do the heavy birth control lifting to get a break? Well, it’s a welcome reset, one that just might earn some serious brownie points.
Did someone say brownie points?
We’re just saying that when the onus of safe sex shifts from her to him, you never know how that might stoke the fire—and a little bit of heat never, ever hurt.
Seriously, when manhandling slides into your manhandling birth control, there might be nothing sexier. So, men beware, bringing condoms back into the rotation might just make you irresistible, don’t say we didn’t warn you.