Discussion in 'Vaginarium' started by Sin, Aug 24, 2006.
If so what other kinds have you used and how did they work? Opps the I mean latex lol
i've heard the lambskin ones are supposed to be excellent, but IIRC they don;t block STD's as well
although i think they are expensive
never tried them though
the lambskin ones are supposed to be really thin, so they feel nicer
but ditto on what bigman said, they're not as safe. i think they break more easily....
(at least that's what i've heard)
no idea about the breaking, i'm a virgin, i'm going by word of mouth and memory
Hmmm well that's not good. If the lamb skin ones break easy I don't want to take the chance and I'm allergic to latex. What do I do?
if you don't want the lambskin, you're pretty much limited to poly
i've not heard much about poly.
i'll see what i can find about lambskin
Lambskin is the oldest condom, i can't find anything about the durability, other than the fact that they've been around for a very long time, my logic says that they must be decent for them to still be around after the development of latex ones . the downside is STD protection, although that shouldn;t be an issue if you trust your partner
Poly is new, like invented over the last couple years, thinner, longer shelflife, and impervious to oil based lubes. although the durability is less than latex
6 of one, half a dozen of the other i suppose
Well, it has been quite some time but as I recall the lambskins were thicker. My college roommate was allergic to latex and she and her hubby used the poly. They didn't like the fit (not as body forming) but sometimes you do what you have to.
ive used poly ones before(friend gave me some), they didnt fit as nice and tended to slip off eazer when i pulled out ect.., but they werent to bad
lambskins are porus so they dont protect from STD, and i dont know if there all that good at preventing pregnacy
find PE i think shes allergic to latex
Lambskins are thicker but transmit more heat. Contrary to mass belief they do protect against STDs and pregnancies, but are insanely expensive.
The other option is polyurethane condoms like Durex Avanti or Trojan Supra
allergic to latex but i don't use condoms with Tigre so
i've heard polyurathane ones are good and lambskin, tho less reliable are good.
Azospermia = no sperm = no condom (Married) and we both have been tested.
so I havent used a condom in years
Durex Avanti. Good if your woman is allergic to latex and spermicide at the same time. They feel more natural BY FAR than latex. I prefer them to latex condoms whether or not anyone is allergic to latex. I myself work in the healthcare field and would prefer to limit my contact with latex anyways. There's already enough tubing, tourniquets, and other silly stuff still floating around with high-protein latex in it. I don't need to get a rash on my peter to find out I've developed an allergy.
Allergic to latex here, I've tried the alternatives and I've had to use more than one during sex before, especially if it was rough. I think latex allergy is one of the worst, I love the look of Latex but can't touch her when she wears it
Had a coworker who used Saran Wrap....