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  • Hello! Thank you for your interest in joining the Condom Club.

  • In this video series, we'll teach you everything you need to know to pass the

  • quiz and become a member.

  • Here at the Student Wellness Center, we empower students to strive for balance and

  • wellness through a variety of services

  • including the Condom Club and HIV and STI testing and counseling

  • Once you're a member of the Condom Club, you'll be eligible to buy up to

  • 25 condoms for just five dollars, as well as receive

  • free oral dams, finger cots, latex gloves, and lubricant.

  • The Condom Club is free to join, and your membership doesn't expire

  • as long as you have access to the RPAC. Don't forget you can

  • only pay for condoms money from your Buck ID, and you need to bring your

  • membership card

  • when purchasing condoms.

  • In the next two videos, you'll learn about consent, how to use condoms,

  • and how to use the other free products you'll be eligible to receive

  • as a member of the Condom Club. Condoms are up to 98% effective when used

  • correctly, every time. The pull-out method is only 73% effective in typical practice

  • and is not protect you or your partner from HIV or

  • STIs. We don't offer spermicidal products at the Student Wellness Center,

  • because the irritation some people experience can increase the risk of

  • transmitting HIV and STIs.

  • At the end of this video series, you will take the quiz

  • testing your knowledge of the material covered. If you pass, you'll be issued a Condom Club

  • membership car, and you will be eligible to buy condoms and pick up

  • other free products. [music]

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  • Welcome back. In today's video, we'll be teaching you how to use a condom.

  • Before we get started, we'll need a couple of things.

  • Consent is first - always. Of course we'll need condoms

  • and a partner, but today we'll be using Woody. Consent is one of the most

  • important topics we'll cover

  • Don't forget consent is needed for each sexual act and can be removed at any time.

  • The absense of a no does NOT mean yes. If you or your partner is under the

  • influence of alcohol or other drugs, consent cannot be given.

  • The best way to get consent is through active verbal communication.

  • We offer all types and brands of condoms here in the Student Wellness Center.

  • and you can buy up to 25 for just $5 on your Buck ID.

  • We have non-latex, flavored, and non-flavored condoms.

  • Don't forget flavored condoms can only be used for oral sex.

  • Check the expiration date before using a condom

  • and squeeze the center of the package to check for an air package

  • to see if the condom is still sealed and the lube isn't dried out.

  • Open along the serrated edge. Don't use your teeth

  • or scissors. Complete a visual inspection before using the condom

  • When putting on the condom,

  • make sure it's in the correct position If the wrong side of the condom touches the

  • penis

  • throw it away and get a new one. Studies show men can ejaculate up to 35 miles per

  • hour

  • so make sure you squeeze the tip when putting on the condom to leave room for semen.

  • Roll the condom down all the way to the base of the penis as far as it will go

  • and smooth out the air bubbles. Make sure you withdraw I will still erect

  • and remove the content away from your partner by rolling it off,

  • not pulling. Then dispose of the condom in the trash,

  • not the toilet. Condoms are up to 98% effective when used correctly

  • but remember the only 100% way to protect yourself against

  • STIs and pregnancy is abstinence.

  • Condoms make sex safer, but they only protect the area they cover.

  • Remember, condoms are for one-time use only,

  • and a new condom must be used for every sexual act.

  • Let's review:

  • First, you'll open the condom package carefully,

  • then perform a visual inspection of the condom. Pinch the tip of the condom

  • and roll the condom to the base of the penis.

  • Smooth out the air bubbles, use, and discard appropriately.

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  • [music] Welcome back. In addition to 25 condoms for

  • just $5, Condom Club members can pick up lube, oral dams, finger cots, and latex gloves every

  • time they come in to the Student Wellness Center. In this video, Michelle will show

  • you how to use each of these freebies, and fill you in with some tips you'll want to

  • know before using them. Let's get started. The Student Wellness Center offers flavored

  • and non-flavored lubricant. Be sure to only use the flavored lubricant for oral sex. It

  • can be an irritant if used for vaginal or anal sex. If you're going to use lubricant

  • at home, make sure your lubricant is water-based and not oil-based. Oil-based lubricant can

  • break down the integrity of a latex condom, which really just means that it can cause

  • them to break more easily. Adding extra lubricant is important, because the average condom only

  • has enough lubricant for 10-15 minutes of activity. So if you're lucky enough to go

  • longer than that, you're going to need to add extra lube. You can use food products,

  • as long as there is no oil in it, so no peanut butter, no whipped cream, and no chocolate

  • sauce. Seedless jam and jelly are okay, as long as they don't have any oil in them. Finger

  • cots and latex gloves are also available for digital sex -- that's sex with your hands,

  • not the computer. These help prevent the transmission of STIs and keep your partner comfortable.

  • Finger cots also keep your partner comfortable and reduce the transmission of STIs. To use

  • them, simply roll on, use as necessary, then roll off and discard. Few people realize this,

  • but STIs can actually be transmitted orally, too. That means you can get things like chlamydia

  • and gonorrhea in your throat. If you want to be sure that you're being completely safe,

  • using a dental dam is a pretty smart thing to do. The way to use it is just place against

  • your partner, perform oral sex, and then remove it. If it falls off, don't try to guess what

  • side it's on to put it back on. Simply throw it away and get a new one. Oral dams are just

  • like condoms in that they're one-time use only, so use it and throw it away. If you

  • don't have an oral dam, you can also use non-microwaveable plastic wrap, a latex glove, even a condom

  • can be turned into an oral dam. Remember, flavored lube is great, but it can only be

  • used for oral sex. If an oral dam falls off your partner, throw it away and get a new

  • one. Just like condoms and oral dams, finger cots and latex gloves are one-time use only.

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