Anyone Use LambSkin Condoms Over Latex?

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  1. alwaysth

    alwaysth New Member

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    Well, I tried them out and wow. :eek3: At first they were a bit awkward with the lamb skin and the string ring, but thinking about it's a bit weird but they felt great. It a way nicer feel than latex and I'd say they are softer/less thick/un-strechy as the rubber. Pretty damn natural feel, anyone try these out before? I don't think I could switch back, but I'm somewhat afriad of what the women later on my think about the idea. :bigthumb: The price is really high, but it feels like nothing is on!
     
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  3. Diesel66

    Diesel66 My standards for women is like rent-a-centers stan OT Supporter

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    how are they comparable to latex STD wise ?
     
  4. squid

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    I don't think they protect against HIV. And I don't do baby animals, either in food or on my johnson.
     
  5. iwishyouwerebeer

    iwishyouwerebeer you shut your cunt Moderator

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    Lambskin condoms, in contrast, are the oldest on the market. They're made from the intestinal membrane of a lamb. While the pores of this material are not large enough to allow sperm through, much smaller bacteria and viruses may easily slip in and out between the condom. So lambskin condoms do prevent pregnancy, but DON'T protect against STDs including HIV. Lambskin supposedly has a more "natural" feel than latex and polyurethane.

    All three male condom types offer the same statistical effectiveness against pregnancy, which is your primary concern. Contraceptive Technology estimates that only 3 percent of couples who consistently and correctly use male condoms will experience failure in the first year of usage.
     
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    Bubba Atlantis New Member

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    Wow, for some reason I am some what surprised that it is that high honestly.
     
  7. fixthe fernback

    fixthe fernback New Member

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    just get some crowns
     
  8. demosnat

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    The smell really bothered me
     
  9. Fish Taco

    Fish Taco Ass Man

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    Your fucking lamb chop...just think about that it makes you a sheep shagger.
     
  10. Persaeus

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    Definitely better than latex --- doesn't require constant application of lubrication as well but really should only be used by a monogamous couple who have been tested for std's or hiv and are only trying to prevent conception. You do realize that if you use them, you can still get a disease, right?
     

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