Condoms are small, thin pouches made of latex (rubber), plastic (polyurethane, nitrile, or polyisoprene) or lambskin, that cover your penis during sex and collect semen (cum).
Condoms stop sperm from getting into the vagina, so sperm can't meet up with an egg and cause pregnancy. Condoms also prevent STD/Is and HIV by covering the penis. This prevents contact with semen and vaginal fluids, and limits skin-to-skin contact that can spread sexually transmitted infections. Lambskin condoms do not protect against STD/Is and HIV. Only latex and plastic condoms do.
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