Alright, gentleman. Sex is a pretty polarizing topic and often times we don’t discuss it openly.
However, it’s a pretty important topic and there is nothing more that I hate than a man who had an unwanted child and he leaves his family. Because of the importance of using condoms, we as men, need to address this questions for our own health and wellbeing.
When our friends at Carvaka contacted us and had this wonderful information about condoms, we agreed on this collaboration openheartedly. Anyway, I’m leaving the experts speak now.
Condoms, both male and female have obvious function in the prevention of pregnancy amongst hetero’ couples but there are also hugely important for the prevention of the spread of STDs including HIV and AIDS.
Unfortunately, we have seen a rise in the levels of STDs contracted in the western world in recent years – many would say that this heightened figure is due to people being more conscious about getting tested – home tests are now widely available so the data could be skewed. In saying that, the rise in the use of dating websites and apps has seen a distinct rise in casual dating and relationships so that could be a contributory factor too.
It’s always a good idea to carry a condom especially if you aren’t in an exclusive relationship and you don’t know your partner’s sexual history. It’s now generally socially acceptable for men and women to have a condom – previously it might have been seen as presumptuous or provocative. Today, it’s simply being responsible.
Check out this infographic from our friends in Carvaka which show some interesting data about condoms including their history and other statistical info’ which might surprise you! Check it out.