When discussing bedroom matters, you’ve probably heard someone say “it’s not the size that counts, but how you use it.” Whether or not you believe in this adage, there are other factors that can impact your performance between the sheets beyond girth and length. Like snowflakes, each and every penis is unique, and often the shape of your tool can change how you go about getting down and dirty.
Thick or thin all around
Some guys have a pretty uniform shape to their “one-eyed monster.” Whether you’re thick from end to end or run on the thinner side, you can be happy that your penis is “straightforward” in its shape. While you may enjoy the normal look of your penis, some guys may be eager to add a little flair to help their tool stand out when knocking boots. Fortunately, there are a number of pleasure condoms that offer ribs, studs and more to really kick things up a notch. Try the LifeStyles WYLD® condom, which has a pleasure shape for him and ribs for her enjoyment.
For the bulgers
Some penises may be thicker at one end than the other. There’s nothing wrong with this, but it can make it a little more difficult when it comes time to buy condoms. Luckily, because there are so many sizes and shapes of condoms to choose from, guys should be able to find something that suits their needs. Try buying a variety pack of condoms and giving each one a try. If you prefer to experiment on your own, there’s no shame in trying on condoms in the privacy and solitude of your own bedroom. Once you find the right style for you, stock up and schedule a date with that special someone.
Curved guys, don’t despair
Does yours curve to the left or the right? Not to fear – this is common. Some guys have a slight bend to their tool, and it’s nothing to fret about. In such circumstances, it may be easy to find a condom that fits, but you might have to extend your creativity once you get in the sack. Having an erection that hangs to the left or the right is the perfect excuse to dust off your edition of the Kama Sutra and find some new positions. Once again, the many options should make it easy to find something that works for your personal “hook,” after some fun practice.