are simple to use whether you are in a new relationship (and want to impress your partner) or want to spice up your sex life. Either way, this skill is sure to arouse. Learning how to put on a condom with your mouth can be a little tricky, but it can make for a sexy surprise for your partner. Plus, this puts a pleasurable spin on safe sex, so with step-by-step instructions, here's the answer on how to put a condom on with your mouth:
Time Required: About a minute (with practice)
- Open the condom package carefully (remember that sharp nails or teeth may cause small tears in the condom). Make sure that the condom is positioned properly, so it can roll down.
- Place the condom in your mouth with the reservoir tip facing in; gently hold the edges with your lips (placing the ring of the condom in front of your teeth).
- While still holding the condom in your mouth, make your mouth into an O shape.
- To keep air out of the tip of the condom, push the reservoir tip against the roof of your mouth with your tongue.
- If you’d like, you can wrap your hands around the base of your partner’s penis to keep it sturdy. With your mouth, place the condom on the tip of his penis, making sure to squeeze the tip with your tongue against the head of the penis.
- Use your lips to push the condom over the head of the penis (without letting your teeth touch the condom), and roll it all the way down the penis shaft, making sure you are only using your lips or the front of your teeth to help guide the way.
- Run your lips up and down the shaft to squeeze the air out of the condom (you can really add some sex appeal to this step!).
- Be very careful not to let the edges of your teeth come in contact with the condom.
- Check with your hands to make sure it is on properly.
- Some lubricated condoms have an awful taste, so try using a flavored condom or a nonlubricated condom.
- It may take several attempts to perfect this method, so don’t get discouraged if it doesn’t work the first time.
- Take it slow, smooth and careful -- you don’t want to damage, bite or tear the condom.
- Remember, condoms are the only birth control method that protect against most sexually transmitted diseases and the HIV virus.
What You Need
- Condom (in original package) - Check expiration date.
- Personal Lubricant
- A sense of adventure and sexy fun!