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Find Johnny on Goomi Goomi Island. He desperately needs your help to find information on proper condom use. Do you take the challenge unrolling a condom over a banana boat?


Learn more about the proper use of condoms on Goomi Goomi Island by watching this tutorial video.

Frequently asked Questions

Using a condom properly is essential for effective protection against sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and unintended pregnancy. Here’s how to use a condom correctly:

Check the Expiration Date: Before using a condom, check the expiration date printed on the wrapper. Never use a condom that is past its expiration date, as it may be less effective at preventing STIs and pregnancy.

Open the Wrapper Carefully: Tear the wrapper open carefully along the edge, being careful not to tear the condom inside. Avoid using your teeth or sharp objects that could damage the condom.

Check the Condom: Before putting it on, check the condom for any signs of damage, such as tears, holes, or brittleness. If the condom appears damaged or expired, discard it and use a new one.

Pinch the Tip: Pinch the tip of the condom to leave a small space at the end. This space allows room for semen to collect and reduces the risk of the condom breaking during sex.

Roll the Condom On: With the rolled-up side facing outward, place the condom on the tip of the erect penis. Use your other hand to unroll the condom all the way down to the base of the penis. Make sure the condom is unrolled completely and fits snugly.

During Sex: During intercourse, make sure the condom stays in place and does not slip off. Hold onto the base of the condom when withdrawing after ejaculation to prevent it from slipping off.

Dispose of the Condom Properly: After sex, carefully remove the condom while the penis is still erect. Tie a knot at the opening to prevent semen from leaking out and wrap the used condom in tissue or toilet paper. Dispose of the condom in the trash, not the toilet.

Remember, using condoms correctly and consistently every time you have sex is essential for their effectiveness in preventing STIs and pregnancy. If you have any questions or concerns about condom use, don’t hesitate to talk to a healthcare provider or trusted adult for guidance.
Condoms are highly effective when used correctly and consistently. Their effectiveness is:

STI Prevention: When used consistently and correctly, condoms are very effective at preventing the transmission of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including HIV, gonorrhea, chlamydia, and herpes. They act as a barrier, preventing contact between bodily fluids that can transmit infections.

Pregnancy Prevention: Condoms are also highly effective at preventing pregnancy when used correctly. When used consistently and correctly, condoms are 98% effective at preventing pregnancy. This means that out of 100 people who use condoms correctly every time they have sex, only about 2 will become pregnant in a year.

Easy Access: Condoms are readily available at pharmacies, clinics, and other locations, often for free or at a low cost. They are easy to obtain without a prescription and can be purchased by anyone of any age.

Protection: Using condoms provides both partners with protection against STIs and unintended pregnancy. They are a reliable and convenient method of contraception that can be used by sexually active individuals of any age.

Empowerment: Using condoms gives young people the power to take control of their sexual health and make informed decisions about their bodies. It allows them to engage in sexual activity while protecting themselves and their partners.

It’s important to remember that condoms must be used correctly and consistently every time you have sex to maximize their effectiveness. This means carefully following instructions for putting on and removing condoms and using a new condom for each sexual encounter. If you have questions or concerns about condoms or sexual health, don’t hesitate to talk to a healthcare provider or trusted adult for guidance.

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