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how do you wrap the condom around the aneros?
  • Al25
    Posts: 27
    hey guys! need your advice about how to wrap the condom around the aneros. what I do is stretch the condom around the aneros and wrap it around the p-tab to seal it. am I doing it right?
    or do you let it open? whats the best way to use it? thanks!!!
  • I've never put a condom on the aneros, why would there be a need to? :?
  • well, some of us can't do enemas (can't have the 'equipment' laying around with the parents wandering into my room) so to avoid the aneros getting 'dirty'?
  • Umm...the aneros is made of non-porous plastic. In other words, if you wash it with some antibacterial soap after you use it, no harm no foul.

    I don't even see how a condom would work on it....
  • So it's ok if it gets I bit 'dirty' as long as we wash it off?!

    I did not know that! I guess I'm gonna start using it more often!!
  • I would be more concerned about that, um, "leftovers" up in your rectum, that are leaving traces on the aneros when you pull it out. In my experience, having chunks of unexpelled poop in there can negatively effect the whole session.
  • I just wash it off after a session, no big deal. :wink:
  • I like to use a condom occasionally so that I can get by with less lube inside of me. I apply just a bit of lube inside the condom and unroll it to the middle of the p-tab. I then make sure all the air is out of the condom. I use a rubber band to seal to the p-tab. I have to wrap the rubber band probably 10-12 times to make sure it is secure. Then I apply just a small amount of lube to the outside of the condom. I can use less because all this lube is for is to make sure I can insert it. All of the lube that provides motion is inside the condom. The lube inside of the condom will not dry out and it works better because you are lubing two non porous smooth surfaces.
  • Are you sticking rubber-bands up your tight little hole?? Yikes!! I would like to advise to use caution. The plastic is safe but condoms and rubberbands? hmmm :roll:

    Just be cautious of using rubber and latex products. :shock:
  • I like to use a condom occasionally so that I can get by with less lube inside of me. I apply just a bit of lube inside the condom and unroll it to the middle of the p-tab. I then make sure all the air is out of the condom. I use a rubber band to seal to the p-tab. I have to wrap the rubber band probably 10-12 times to make sure it is secure. Then I apply just a small amount of lube to the outside of the condom. I can use less because all this lube is for is to make sure I can insert it. All of the lube that provides motion is inside the condom. The lube inside of the condom will not dry out and it works better because you are lubing two non porous smooth surfaces.



    Chris, I would search for "Natural Jelly" on the forums. It sticks to the aneros (keeping it well lubed) and you don't need much of it. It's the best lube for the aneros I ahve ever used. :wink:
    Bishop
  • The rubber band is in on the P-tab. It does NOT go inside of me. Some people do the same technique without securing the condom. I guess it would work but might be a bit more messy that way though.