Scientist Says Condoms Don’t Make Sex Less Enjoyable
While it might sound like a bunch of sexual propaganda, a new study recently discovered that both men and women enjoy having their “get-me-off” parts stroked just as much using condoms as they do the old raw dog.
Researchers say that an online sex habit survey of men and women between the ages of 18 and 59, found that safe sex was rated equal to unprotected sex in regards to being “highly arousing and pleasurable” for both parties.
Surprisingly, the survey also found that men do not have any trouble keeping their erection while attempting to sheath the wooly beast, and women really cannot tell if the baby baggie in use is lubricated or not.
Researchers are hoping that their findings will help encourage more people to use condoms as a means for protecting themselves against sexually-transmitted diseases.
Irwin Goldstein, editor of the Journal of Sexual Medicine adds, “Understanding current condom use offers health care providers an opportunity to educate those people uncomfortable with condoms but for whom lack of use may lead to significant sexually transmitted infection health risk.”
Don't get it twisted, STDs are out there: Chlamydia is the most commonly contracted STD these days, but infections like HIV, genital warts, syphilis, gonorrhea and crabs are still out there, so it's wise to wrap it up and protect yourself every time.