Do Females Notice Any Difference In Feelings - Condom Worn Or Not

Discussion in 'Genitalia' started by nz male, May 26, 2013.

  1. nz male

    nz male Senior Member

    Ladies, just a query: if a guy has intercourse with you & he uses a condom , can you feel any difference between the feel it gives compared if he's not using one? If you didn't see his penis beforehand, do you notice any difference in feelings it gives your vagina at all ?
     
  2. Yes of course, there is friction, and it feels a lot better. :D You can notice the difference if it's a latex one or a non-latex. If it's shaped differently. All those things. But the most obvious would be with or without a condom.
     
  3. nz male

    nz male Senior Member

    With a bit of Durex lube put on condom, doesn't that feel better than just a penis without a condom?
    Ladies: If you were in a dark room & you couldn't see anything & a guy penetrated you 1st with a condom fitted with lube on it & then without a condom on , wouldn't you be able to tell the difference between the 2 when he went inside you ?
     
  4. Just_a_woman

    Just_a_woman Member

    Right the moment the condom touches me, yes, I can easily feel it is a condom and not skin. However, that's outside, not inside. I mean, before penetration. Once intercourse is going on, it's the same thing. I know there is a condom, but if I didn't know, I don't think I'd *feel* it. It's in the mind. Perhaps because there's a lot of natural lubrication from my side. I also wonder if there are enough nerve endings in the vagina to feel the difference. I wish! Of course, not all bodies are the same. My vagina isn't that sensitive.

    The different feel when he's wearing condom is the relief feel "good, we're at least doing what we're supposed to do to play safe."
     
  5. Well it depends on the position. Sometimes I can tell he's wearing one and sometimes I can't. It's better without but safer with.
     
  6. kairilove

    kairilove Member

    Yes, it is definitely a different feeling riding a wrapped cock vs bareback. And bare is better! :)
     
  7. RainyDayHype

    RainyDayHype flower power Lifetime Supporter

    Condom or no condom both feel good. I'd say the only reason without a condom feels better is the skin on skin contact. It's more intimate.
    The trick is, you need to know what you're doing with your member (and also your hands...and you need to kiss) so that your partner isn't paying attention to the fact that there is a condom and is just totally in the moment and the feeling of great sex..
     
  8. nz male

    nz male Senior Member

    I'm really looking forward to not needing to use a condom during intercourse again when my wife's final stage of menopause is over & allows us to have sex again without me having to put a condom on each time.. I hate the way condoms take away the natural sensations they prohibit during sex. I hope the bulk lot of them I bought recently are not all needed till she gives the all clear for their use again. I'm sure I can find other ways to use them up before their use by date expires in 3 years time.
     
  9. redgingergirl

    redgingergirl Member

    Sex is always better without the condom. It is just safer with one.
     
  10. nz male

    nz male Senior Member

    Nice when the natural juices of 2 people cum together & are not kept apart by the artificial flesh.
     
  11. Just_a_woman

    Just_a_woman Member

    A vasectomy would have solved that problem.
     
  12. silk896

    silk896 Member

    yes, it is different - in ways explained above.
    Bare skin is way more intimate.

    For me the biggest difference was no ejaculate inside me. Frankly it's such an intimate part of sex.
    I know condoms are safer, but I actually disliked them intensely.
     
  13. nz male

    nz male Senior Member

    I've been told it takes about 1 year after periods no longer occur after menopause begins before it's considered safe that no risk of pregnancy is likely, Its been 22 years of condom use for me since the birth of our last child. Now that my wife is going thru menopause, hopefully the time of using condoms during sex is coming close to an end. Condoms tend to take away some of the intimate pleasures that are much more enjoyable without them.
     
  14. Once his penis is inside me I can't tell, but around he outside of my vagina I can. I think there's a mental part to it though hat wants to feel skin on skin, and wants to feel him cm inside me. Condoms are essential though o keep us all safe
     
  15. Cutted

    Cutted Cutted

    I would think that if the guy has a mushroom head, it would feel much better inside her without a condom...
     
  16. silk896

    silk896 Member

    Ooops, sorry, wrong thread
     
  17. PineMan

    PineMan Senior Member

    If anything, I would imagine the only difference that might be noticed is the teat at the end.

    There is obviously a difference to the man, as condoms unavoidably prevents the nerves from making full contact with the required zones. However, at times this can be beneficial either if the man is prone to premature ejaculation, or simply wants to increase his stamina.

    On occasion I like to wear a condom while masturbating, just so I can enjoy the additional tension & overall pressure as it get pulled back & forth.
     
  18. rns4lyfe

    rns4lyfe Guest

    no difference in feeling
     
  19. nz male

    nz male Senior Member

    I notice a difference when either wearing one or not - it doesn't have the same contact feeling. I don't know if I'm going into her or not if I aren't looking. Don't feel the same as it does with one on.
     
  20. la Principessa

    la Principessa Old School HF Member

    Of course. It feels...warmer and there's more friction. Nothing beats skin to skin.
     
  21. Insignia

    Insignia Member

    Yes...almost like plastic......ermmm, you know what i mean!
    Lacks in texture...yes thats right..;)
     

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