• What Are The Best Condoms To Use Or The Safest?

    Ever wonder what type of condom is the best or safest to use? Dr. Debby Herbenick weighs in with her thoughts.

  • Q&A: Pregnancy Fears, What Should I Do?

    Q&A from a reader concerned about a possible pregnancy who is afraid to go to the doctor.

  • Spray-On Condoms: A Good Idea in Theory…

  • Q&A: Dry Vagina During Sex – What Can I Do?

    Dr. Debby Herbenick answers a question from a male reader who is concerned about a lack of vaginal lubrication making sex uncomfortable for his girlfriend.

  • Correct Condom Usage

    Male condoms sometimes get a bad reputation for breaking easily, which may or may not be warranted. Condoms are broken easiest when they are used improperly.

  • Q&A: Leaving Space At The Tip Of Condoms

    A question from a reader about condom use, leaving space at the tip and where the semen goes when there is too much or too little space inside the condom.

  • Trojan’s Sexual Health Report Card

    Trojan Condoms has released its annual Sexual Health Report Card which grades American colleges and universities on a range of sexual health criteria.

  • Erection Loss and Reluctance To Use Condoms

    A study conducted at The Kinsey Institute reveals that men are less likely to use condoms when they report an erection loss while using the condoms.

  • Q&A: Menopause And Having Unprotected Sex

    Dr. Debby Herbenick answers a question from a reader about when (or if) it becomes safe to stop using condoms when a female partner is going through menopause

  • Q&A: Non-Lubricated Condoms And Vaginal Bleeding

    Dr. Debby Herbenick answers a reader's question about the possibility of non-lubricated condoms causing vaginal bleeding after intercourse.

  • Spring Break Is Upon Us!

    As Spring Break approaches, we'd like to take a little bit of time to send out some friendly reminders to our readers about safety (sexual and otherwise)

  • Q&A: Why Did My Condom Slip Off?

    Condoms sometimes slip off or break. Occasionally the reasons are clear-cut, but other times the reasons for breakage or slippage are less clear.

  • Condoms: One Size Doesn’t Fit All!

    New research about condom fit and feel from IU's Center for Sexual Health Promotion (formerly Sexual Health Working Group).

  • Q&A: Can You Get Pregnant Even If You Use A Condom During Sex?

    A male reader asks about the risk of pregnancy even when using a condom while having sex with his girlfriend

  • Q&A: Can Condoms Be Used For Sex In The Water?

    Information about using condoms in the water (showers, pools, hot tubs, etc.) and possible safety concerns