The female condom has several advantages over the male condom. Use of female condoms is controlled by women. This provides a nice option in a world where most STD prevention technologies are controlled by men.
Female condoms have many of the same attributes and advantages as male condoms. They help prevent pregnancy by stopping sperm from entering your vagina during intercourse. Female condoms are latex pouches that you insert into your vagina.
The female condom was supposed to be a gamechanger. It should have been the perfect storm for the female condom to take off. However, when Wisconsin Pharmacals introduced the female condom to market inall they heard was laughter.
You may or may not realize that the female condoma. The revamped version is called the FC2, standing for—you guessed it—female condom 2. Putting in a female condom can be a sensual way to set the mood.
The female condom is a thin, soft, loose-fitting pouch or sheath with a flexible, soft ring on each end. One end of the female condom fits inside of the vagina to keep it in place, and the other end stays outside of the vagina. It is made from a synthetic, non-latex rubber called nitrile.
Once you get the hang of it, the FC2 Female Condom is easy to use. Locate arrow and carefully tear down from the notch on the top of the package. Hold the condom at the closed end, open end hanging down. Grasp the flexible inner ring and squeeze with the thumb and middle finger so it becomes long and narrow.
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