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Posted by: Jarrod | 2010-08-26

Female Condoms

Is there more skin - skin contact with female condoms than there is with male condoms?

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The female condom lines the vagina. On the one end open end of the sheath, the ring stays outside the vulva at the entrance to the vagina.

You can read more on the advantages and disadvantages at:
http://www.avert.org/female-condom.htm

The idea is to protect against HIV and STI and preganacy (although the contraceptive pill is still a better option)and thus no skin to skin contact.

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Posted by: sexologist | 2010-08-26

The female condom lines the vagina. On the one end open end of the sheath, the ring stays outside the vulva at the entrance to the vagina.

You can read more on the advantages and disadvantages at:
http://www.avert.org/female-condom.htm

The idea is to protect against HIV and STI and preganacy (although the contraceptive pill is still a better option)and thus no skin to skin contact.

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