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Condoms & Safer Sex

Our collection of Condoms & Safer Sex chosen by women. Our selection of safer sex supplies covers not simply condoms but gloves too. Rubbering up for all kinds of safer sex, be it penetrative, oral or manual, is central to sexual health & safer sex advice, so stock up on all your safer sex essentials here!

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Condom & Safer Sex FAQ's

Just as there's a vibrator for every occasion, the same goes for condoms! Will you be going downtown? A flavoured condom adds a fruity twist.

Backdoor fun? A thicker anal condom is your best bud.

Do you want a extra sensations? Mutual climax condoms are the ones to try. Stock up and work your way through different types to find out which ones feel best for you and your partner ;)

We're not going to lie - condoms can reduce sensations for the wearer a tiny bit. It's often the direct skin-on-wet sensation they miss. Our tip is to add a drop of water-based lube inside the teat of the condom before slipping it on. Voila - the wearer will feel moist sensations! Ribbed and dotted condoms add extra sensations for the receiver, so we are big fans of those :)

Male condoms made from latex, polyisoprene, and polyurethane offer the best protection against STIs spread by fluids. This means condoms, when used correctly, can protect against STI/Ds like HIV, chlamydia, gonorrhoea and syphilis.

The effectiveness of condoms depends on the correct use. Learning how to put one on is essential for safer sex.
-Never use teeth or scissors to open the package as this might tear the condom.
Pinch the top of the condom to leave room for the ejaculate/jizz/cum (delete as applicable).
-Place the condom on the tip of the erect penis and slowly unroll it down the shaft. (The rolled-up part should be on the outside, or you'll struggle to slide it down.)
-Adding a drop or two of water-based lubricant helps protect against unnecessary friction.
-Hold the base of the condom as you carefully remove to prevent spills.

STI is a sexually transmitted infection. STD is a sexually transmitted disease. STDs and STIs are sometimes used interchangeably, but they mean different things.

Some of the most common sexually transmitted infections are: Syphilis, gonorrhoea, chlamydia, pubic lice and trichomoniasis.

STIs can have a range of signs and symptoms, including no symptoms at all. They may go unnoticed until complications occur or a partner is diagnosed. If you think you've got an STI, book a check-up at a sexual health clinic as soon as you can. Don't have any kind of sex without a condom until you've had a check-up.

Types of STDs include Hepatitis B, herpes simplex virus, HIV, and human papillomavirus (HPV).

You can have an STD without knowing it and infect your partner during sex. If left undiagnosed and untreated, STDs can cause complications and long-term health problems. If you think you may have an STD, go to your GP or local sexual health or GUM clinic. Don't have sex (any kind) without a condom until you've had a check-up.

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Safer Sex

We know the drill: Wrap it up before jumpin' in the sack!

Safer sex advice is key for protection during vaginal intercourse and anal sex, and, of course, sexual health for lesbians is just as important.

That's why we've got an inventory of protective gear such as condoms and gloves, to keep everybody safe no matter their sexuality or sexual activity.

Condoms are the absolute must-haves for safer sex, and they're the most common form of protection.

Condoms can also be cut into a square to create a 'dental dam' for oral sex.

Using a condom safeguards both of you from the majority of STIs.

Read more about safer sex...