I Want Condoms That Won't Stretch After 10 Minutes of Sex & Penis Exercising For All!

Mon, 03/01/2010 - 11:04
Submitted by Eric Amaranth

One of the things I've talked about before with regards to condom
slippage is how if you have intercourse with many condoms, even one
that fits, for longer than ten minutes, definitely longer than twenty,
the condom eventually stretches out and becomes more loose-fitting than
it started.

Condoms slip up the shaft and catch just below the
glans-penis (the head) due to the flared coronal ridge. They make
condoms according to specific expectations with regard to intercourse
duration. The average longest time before ejaculation is 15 to 20
minutes at max, but the highest portion of the bell curve in this case
is 10 minutes, or so I've researched. What if a condom company marketed
a condom that was tested to last 20 to 30 minutes before it stretches
out too much to not be pulled off by the combination of friction from
intercourse and vaginal, anal, or oral muscle squeezes and clamping pressure? They could call it the
Extended Edition and put it in whatever sizes they make. My world would
be happy with that condom in it.

Further, this harkens to the availability of penis exercising
to increase size and hardness. I work with male clients with these
methods and am right now waiting to see how they work for them. What
I'm about to say will offend some people and not apply to everyone,
based on differing health issues. That said, by and large, whether you
are a woman and want to be a smaller size (that's healthy in proportion
to your natural body structure and scale) or a man who wants a bigger
penis (or more muscular frame), both desires hinge on time spent in the
gym and a commitment to healthy eating and proper supplements. Like
losing weight or building muscles, penis exercising takes dedication
and repetition. It is well-known in circles of people who work out that
there is sometimes a bias against health-conscious and
exercise-conscious people. A support of each other to not let
traditional health habits and beliefs pressure you or get in your way. I'm
looking forward to a world where that's no longer an issue.

 

I'm
looking forward to a world where if a small penis is an issue, then men
are supported to take matters into their own hands and within a year or
so, attain the penis they want based off of reasonable expectations of
what's pleasurable for most women or his partner(s). Don't tell me men can't be expected
to do that. Men work more on their golf swing, their hoop shot, knuckle
pushups, and their stock portfolio by FAR. It would eliminate this
issue overnight. Wouldn't it be an amazing world if an average large
penis size were created and men, as a matter of course in their
"becoming men," did the exercises to make it happen so that by the time their
sex lives began, it was taken care of? If greater cock size is desired, then for
many men it could be reached. Even after his sex life has begun is just fine. Make it happen and have patience. I've been doing penis exercising, as I've blogged on in the past, and thus far I've seen definite improvements to hardness primarily and a slight increase to length and girth. We'll see how things go over time, but right now, I'm sold on its ability to support hardness which for most women is primarily desired first over size. I have positions on the relevance of really big penises in female sexual pleasure; sizes starting at eight inches long and two inches thick and higher. Big cock does matter. Both as an advantage for her pleasure and the disadvantages as well, and depending on the woman. Yes, I said it, disadvantages to the biggest of dicks. Putting that in my forthcoming ebook, which will be divided into easily bought chapters in addition to the entire book. Think of it like buying the songs you like off iTunes.

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