Dating site for women who want to get pregnant
(In one study, dudes who did so were about three times more likely to encounter breakage.) Think about it—do you really want sharp objects coming anywhere near the super-thin barrier that stands between you and fatherhood? So leave approximately half an inch at the top of the condom to properly “catch” your sperm, says Herbenick; without this wiggle room, you’re risking breakage. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, birth control pills are between 91-99% effective in preventing pregnancy—but the pill a condom gives you close-to-perfect protection. The potential damage: Sure, it’s an understandably awkward situation if you’re about to “get it in” and can’t figure out where the hell you put the condom.The potential damage: If you covered up a faucet with your hand and turned it on full blast, where would the water go? The potential damage: If you’re in a relationship, you should trust that she’s true to her word. But is it more awkward than becoming a daddy if you’re not ready for a kid?A becomes C, B becomes D and C becomes Hallelujah Thank You Jesus!They swell up to gargantuan sizes, literally breaking bras at the seams and popping off her chest in a fit of Playboy glory.When it comes to handling pregnant women, I’m no expert. Feed Her Constantly Everyone knows food is important to pregnant women.Hell, I haven’t even figured out how to deal with women in general. Luckily for you, I’ve made just about every single stupid mistake and placed my foot so far in my mouth during MJ’s pregnancies that I’m overqualified to speak to you about things you need to know to avoid getting knocked out by the knocked up. But what the uninitiated might not realize is that time is of the essence.
That “pregnant glow” you always hear about is real, mainly because she’s carrying around a few extra pints of blood which does wonders for her hair, her fingernails and — her rack.
Get off your ass and search a little harder, or walk to the store and pick up an extra pack.
According to the World Health Organization, with perfect use, condoms prevent pregnancy 98% of the time. The potential damage: Using a condom that hasn’t been properly stored might get you into a situation worse than the sexual slump you just endured.
According to Herbenick, extreme heat or cold can damage the latex used in condoms, so the best spot for stashing them is a cool, dark, dry place—like in your nightstand—or a small, hard case (think: one made for business cards).
And if you’re really trying to be a douche about the whole thing, there's alwasy this 0 Swarovski crystal condom compact.