Six questions about sex

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Condoms are a great way of showing straight away that you care about protecting yourself and sticking to your boundaries

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I’ve felt uncomfortable undressing, felt like I’m too big, like can I do this?

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LET SEX BE A DIALOGUE

We all have our thoughts and insecurities. Especially when it comes to sex. We tend to forget that expressing how we feel in that steamy moment, instead of keeping it to ourselves, leads to better, more enjoyable sex.

So lower your guard. Show vulnerability. Don’t limit yourself. Speak up about what you like or don’t like. Use body language. Dare to ask if the person enjoys what you are doing. Because sex should be a dialogue.

Grabbing the condom from your pocket is a perfect way to start the conversation.

“Finding out that you’re not alone is the best

Don’t overthink it, just be direct. If we’re having sex, we’re using protection

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In a relationship, It has been really difficult for me to express if I haven’t felt like sex

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WHAT ARE PEOPLE SAYING ABOUT CONDOMS & COMMUNICATION?

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"I don't like how they feel, but I like the feeling of being safe afterwards."

"50% of people don't use a condom the first time they have sex with someone new."

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