Safe Lovemaking Made Sensual: Barrier Pre-Play


Posted December 8, 2015 by man1health

It’s no secret that safe lovemaking is important, but for some men, putting on a barrier can disrupt sensual time to the point of causing performance difficulties. The following are ways for couples to incorporate barrier application into pre-play.

 
Barriers are an important part of safe lovemaking, but some men have a difficult time staying hard while putting on a rubber. There are a number of reasons why this might occur – one being that the step can be an interruption of the exciting activities that came before. Maintaining excitement while applying a barrier is important for men with issues staying hard during this step. Since safe lovemaking is imperative for male organ health, men should apprise themselves of different ways to ensure that barriers don’t disrupt the mood.

Visuals

Men are known for being highly visual when it comes to sensual stimulation. Having a partner perform activities that a man enjoys watching can help him maintain firmness while putting on a barrier. The partner may self-stimulate for the man or fondle her chest as he suits up, for example. If a man has a kink that the partner is into, such as a particular fondness for lingerie, indulging in this for him can also be helpful.

Hand it Over

For some men, having a partner apply the barrier is the ticket for maintaining excitement. The partner might want to consider providing some oral stimulation just before applying the barrier. He or she can stroke the base of the male organ while placing the rubber on his head, then pinch the tip and roll it down. Smoothing out any air bubbles along the shaft can turn into a hand job, making it less a procedural action and more a part of pre-play.

From Behind

The partner who is experienced with putting a barrier on his or her lover may wish to do so from behind. The man can kneel or stand, while the partner kneels or stands behind him, kissing his neck, stroking the base of the male organ while placing the wrapper on the head and, as with the step above, pinching the tip, rolling it down and smoothing out air bubbles.

At the Entrance

If the partner is female, she can lie on her back, spread her legs and place the rubber in front of her entrance. The man can then kneel in front of her and put the barrier on ever-so-close to her opening, then slide right in.

Don’t Skip Proper Steps

Partners can experiment with different ways of keeping the sensuality going during the barrier application process, but it’s important that these experiments don’t involve skipping important steps that ensure proper barrier use. These steps include:

• Checking the expiration date (best done ahead of time)
• Checking the package and the barrier itself for damage
• Squeezing the tip while rolling it down
• Smoothing out air bubbles
• Making sure that the partner is adequately lubricated to prevent barrier breakage (not to mention discomfort)

It’s easy to rush when things are getting hot and heavy, but these steps are imperative for correct barrier use.

Making barrier use part of pre-play requires that partners know what they are doing. It’s a good idea to practice. Get some barriers and practice applying them, either to a man’s male organ or another similarly-shaped object, following all the proper steps so that one becomes completely comfortable from start to finish.

Some men may experience irritation at the manhood tip from friction created by barrier use. Fortunately, there are varieties of barriers with roomier tips that may be more comfortable. Applying a drop of lube in the tip can also increase comfort – and pleasure! Another step men can take to prevent friction-related chafing is to apply a male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) daily. With Shea butter and vitamin E, Man1 Man Oil moisturizes the male organ to keep the skin smooth, supple and resilient. Skin care is important for men, too, and the male organ is no exception. Taking care of the manhood will help maintain sensitivity and function in the long run.

Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving organ sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy member. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.
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Last Updated December 8, 2015