Putting on condoms correctly

Putting a condom on your penis correctly is essential for safe sex. In this article, we explain step by step how to put on a traditional condom and a Wingman.

Step 1 - Opening condom packaging

Before you open the package, check the expiration date and whether the package is damaged. Never use a condom whose expiration date has expired, or the package is broken. Tear open the package at the edge by the jagged edges. Do not use scissors or other sharp objects. This can damage the condom to the point where you still end up at risk of pregnancy or STDs.

Step 2.1 - Putting on your Wingman

After opening the package, gently grasp the Wingman by its wings. Keeping the logo on the wings facing up, place the Wingman on the glans of the hard penis and push both wings simultaneously to the base of the penis. You can do this with 1 or 2 hands. Remove the wings and ready to go.

The logo on the wings makes it easy to see and feel the top of the Wingman condom, even in the dark. The nipple is folded under a wing, making it automatically airtight and giving plenty of space. While putting the condom on, you do not touch the latex, thus avoiding tearing due to hand or nail contact.

Step 2.2 - Putting on a traditional condom

Once you have opened the package, take out the condom and see what the top of the condom is. You do this by blowing into the nipple and seeing if the condom can unroll. Do this before you touch the penis with the condom. If you use the condom the wrong way around, you won't be able to unroll it. You will then have to use a new condom since the outside of the condom may have been in contact with pre-cum. Make sure the penis is completely hard when you go to put the condom on. Place the condom on the head of the penis and squeeze the tip of the condom closed so that there is no air in it and there is enough room for the semen. If you don't do this, the sperm will have nowhere to go when you cum and you have a chance of the condom tearing. Carefully roll the condom down to the base of the penis. Now you are finally ready...

Step 3 - Removing the condom

You pull out the penis before it becomes flaccid, otherwise you risk the condom unrolling or sperm leaking out. Remove the condom carefully and throw it in the trash along with the packaging and wings, not in the toilet.

Safety rules for all condoms

  • Condoms are for single use.
  • Use a new condom when switching between positions.
  • Use a new condom when switching between oral, vaginal or anal sex.
  • Store condoms in a cool and dry place, out of direct sunlight.
  • Use a lubricant made specifically for use with condoms.
  • Ensure a full erection when applying a condom.