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  1. #2272
    Quote Originally Posted by Syzygies  [View Original Post]
    In your own country the standard condom size maybe 52, but in Thailand there are plenty of types that are 49 (standard Asia size). I used to use Durex Comfort size 54 or 56 with dark blue and magenta packing. It was very easy to get on (and off), also thinner for more feeling than many others.

    I tried the Sagami Large size from Boots made from polyurethane. Did not develop a liking for it. Possibly due to it isn't totally smooth (wrinkles) and since it also does not really stretch at all. Yes was usable but expensive and I liked Okamoto better. I feel a non stretchable condom has a bigger danger of slippage.

    Okamoto 003 Aloe green pack are available is 7 Eleven. This definitely a lot smaller than the durex comfort but also thinner. I find it quite a struggle to get it on, particularly first step to get it to go over the head (of the dick). However it does have some stretch to it. Just needed a new technique to stretch it a bit to put it on. I always put it on myself. The feeling is better than the Durex, so I have recently got used to this one. It is closer to the feel of bareback. Even it fits very tightly, the stretch is there, so not uncomfortable once it is on, for me. Probably not suited to anyone with a fat cock. I probably should be progressing to the 002 or 001 even thinner models. Care needed not to break them of course.
    Are you suggesting not to put lube inside the condom if so why? When I was mongering in Germany and Amsterdam the ladies always put lube a drop or two inside the condom as well as outside the condom.

  2. #2271
    The world's first antiviral condom enters market:

    "Ansell, a global leader in protection solutions and the makers of LifeStyles and SKYN Condoms have announced the Canada launch of LifeStyles Dual Protect. The first condom of its kind, Dual Protect features patented VivaGel lubricant, developed by Starpharma. VivaGel, an innovative antiviral agent, has been proven in laboratory studies to inactivate HIV (human immunodeficiency virus), HSV (herpes simplex virus) and HPV (human papillomavirus). According to Canada's Public Health Agency, STI rates have been rising steadily since the late 1990's, further exemplifying the need for a product of this kind. ".

    "VivaGel (SPL7013, or astodrimer sodium) is antiviral and has been proven in laboratory studies to inactivate up to 99.9% of HIV (human immunodeficiency virus), HSV (herpes simplex virus) and HPV (human papillomavirus), which are viruses that cause STIs. LifeStyles Dual Protect is the only condom of its type, providing barrier protection and incorporating the proprietary antiviral VivaGel in the condom lubricant. ".

    http://www.canhealth.com/technology-...nadian-market/

  3. #2270
    Quote Originally Posted by Dragovic100  [View Original Post]
    About this in my encounter the first two times the condoms I bought regular sized ones from 7/11 kept making me lose my boner and it happened 2-3 times before the girl said the condom is too small form it's cutting the blood supply of. Then I ran down to get a magnum it worked fine and the girl was right condom was the problem. Now my question is I am not a guy who normally needs a magnum condom but in Thailand I did. Do anyone else feel the regular sized condoms in Thailand are not suited for us Farangs?
    In your own country the standard condom size maybe 52, but in Thailand there are plenty of types that are 49 (standard Asia size). I used to use Durex Comfort size 54 or 56 with dark blue and magenta packing. It was very easy to get on (and off), also thinner for more feeling than many others.

    I tried the Sagami Large size from Boots made from polyurethane. Did not develop a liking for it. Possibly due to it isn't totally smooth (wrinkles) and since it also does not really stretch at all. Yes was usable but expensive and I liked Okamoto better. I feel a non stretchable condom has a bigger danger of slippage.

    Okamoto 003 Aloe green pack are available is 7 Eleven. This definitely a lot smaller than the durex comfort but also thinner. I find it quite a struggle to get it on, particularly first step to get it to go over the head (of the dick). However it does have some stretch to it. Just needed a new technique to stretch it a bit to put it on. I always put it on myself. The feeling is better than the Durex, so I have recently got used to this one. It is closer to the feel of bareback. Even it fits very tightly, the stretch is there, so not uncomfortable once it is on, for me. Probably not suited to anyone with a fat cock. I probably should be progressing to the 002 or 001 even thinner models. Care needed not to break them of course.

    Putting on condoms it is important to not get bubbles of air and lube inside the condom. That will make it slip off too easily once the pussy grips at all. That is higher danger than breakage which is rare. If condoms rub against a sponge inserted in the girls pussy, that can abrade and break them. Fingernails is the big breakage danger.

    There do exist very strong very thick condoms, suited to guys that are sensitive and tend to pop too quickly. That is not for me. Now I get used to the improved feeling, it is hard to go back. I use a good quality lube made by Ritex (not available in Thailand), I import it. I don't like the sticky gels made by KY and Durex that dry up too quickly.

  4. #2269
    Quote Originally Posted by Dragovic100  [View Original Post]
    About this in my encounter the first two times the condoms I bought regular sized ones from 7/11 kept making me lose my boner and it happened 2-3 times before the girl said the condom is too small form it's cutting the blood supply of. Then I ran down to get a magnum it worked fine and the girl was right condom was the problem. Now my question is I am not a guy who normally needs a magnum condom but in Thailand I did. Do anyone else feel the regular sized condoms in Thailand are not suited for us Farangs?
    There are several sizes of condoms in Thailand, it says it on the side of the package. For instance, Durex Kingtex is 49 mm, Durex Love is 54 mm in diameter. Major difference. Both are sold at 7-11's. If you have trouble with condoms breaking often, always apply lube before entry, and re-apply as needed if you happen to last long. I had a few condom breaks early on, but zero in the last 5+ years, after learning to use lube properly.

  5. #2268
    Quote Originally Posted by Syzygies  [View Original Post]
    Only had CBJ one time in last year, from memory. Won't repeat that girl. All others BBBJ. Did not catch any disease.

    It is possible to catch one of the very easy to catch diseases like Chlamydia for example, but still very unlikely. Chlamydia is easily treatable.

    Had more than one condom slip off or broken accident in pussy for the year. That is slightly more risky in my opinion, but still have to be very unlucky.

    Highest danger is pregnancy, if girl does not take the appropriate medicine after the accident.
    About this in my encounter the first two times the condoms I bought regular sized ones from 7/11 kept making me lose my boner and it happened 2-3 times before the girl said the condom is too small form it's cutting the blood supply of. Then I ran down to get a magnum it worked fine and the girl was right condom was the problem. Now my question is I am not a guy who normally needs a magnum condom but in Thailand I did. Do anyone else feel the regular sized condoms in Thailand are not suited for us Farangs?

  6. #2267
    Quote Originally Posted by Dragovic100  [View Original Post]
    Hey guys,

    I was wondering how many of you do BBBJ here in Pattaya or Bangkok or do you put a cover on it.
    Only had CBJ one time in last year, from memory. Won't repeat that girl. All others BBBJ. Did not catch any disease.

    It is possible to catch one of the very easy to catch diseases like Chlamydia for example, but still very unlikely. Chlamydia is easily treatable.

    Had more than one condom slip off or broken accident in pussy for the year. That is slightly more risky in my opinion, but still have to be very unlucky.

    Highest danger is pregnancy, if girl does not take the appropriate medicine after the accident.

  7. #2266

    Bbbj

    Hey guys,

    I was wondering how many of you do BBBJ here in Pattaya or Bangkok or do you put a cover on it.

  8. #2265
    Testing re HIV immunity at the Toronto lab can be done by international snail mail with your results returned by email, or in person.

    When you do this they test you for 5 things:

    1. "You will get tested for CCR5 Delta32. CCR5-delta32 is a deletion mutation of a gene and only 1% of the total population has two copies of this gene. Individuals who carry two copies of this genetic mutation are immune to Smallpox, The Bubonic Plague (Black Death) and are also resistant to HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. Up to 20% of the population carry only one copy of this genetic mutation depending on your background and although they still run a significant risk of contracting HIV, the progress of the disease is greatly reduced and can result in a longer life expectancy. ".

    2. "You will get tested for APOBEC3 G protein production. In a small number of people, one in every 300 infected with HIV, the virus is naturally suppressed without medical treatment due to APOBEC3 G. These people may carry high quantities of a protein APOBEC3 G that disrupts viral replication in cells. APOBEC3 G, or "A3" for short, is a protein that sabotages reverse transcription, the process HIV relies on for its replication. This process involves the virus transcribing its single-stranded RNA genome into double-stranded DNA that is incorporated into the cell's genome. A3 usually stops dormant viruses in the human genome, called endogenous retroviruses, from reawakening and causing infections. ".

    3. "You will get tested for HLA-B27 and HLA-B57. Healthy individuals with HLA-B27 and HLA-B57 alleles who get infected with HIV-1 commonly remain healthy for decades without antiretroviral therapy. About 3 percent of the general population has HLA-B27 and HLA-B57. Individuals expressing the protective alleles HLA-B57 or HLA-B27 were both found to elicit immune responses against regions of the Hepatitis see Virus (HCV) polymerase protein that are critical to the ability of the virus to replicate. These immune responses force the virus to develop highly deleterious escape mutations that significantly impair virus replication, even resulting in the development of secondary 'compensatory' mutations by the virus in anattempt to minimize the effects of these escaped mutations. Importantly, HLA-B57 and HLA-B27 function to control HIV through a similar mechanism of selecting for highly deleterious mutations in critical regions of HIV. ".

    4. "You will get tested for DRB1*13 and DQB1*6.  These genes have been linked to HIV-positive individuals called nonprogressors, who do not progress to AIDS despite lack of treatment. Researchers have broadened our understanding of this phenomenon with their finding that those lucky enough to possess both DRB1*13 and DQB1*6 have T cells with super-strength in recognizing HIV. If ever infected with HIV; healthy individuals who carry both DRB1*13 and DQB1*6 genes and are not taking antiretroviral therapy (ART) are able to maintain low viral loads and near normal CD4 T-cell counts. Researchers also concluded that the preservation and expansion of both HIV-specific CD4 and CD8 T cells may be key mechanisms by which HIV controllers keep their virus in check. ".

    5. "You will get tested for MTHFR C677 T and A1298 see. MTHFR (C677 T, A1298 C) have been associated with a variety of multifactorial disorders like Neural Tube Defects, vascular disorders, Down syndrome, osteoporosis, bad obstetric history, cardiovascular issues and male infertility. There are over 50 variants of MTHFR, it is most commonly broken down into either C677 t or A1298. The C667 t variation is more commonly associated with heart disease and stroke, while the A1298 variation is most commonly associated with chronic illnesses. ".

    http://www.delta-32.com/

  9. #2264
    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPearl  [View Original Post]
    The PI safe sex thread was up when I looked a few minutes ago. Not sure about other nations, but one can always be created. Though one may have to be a paying member to have that privilege.
    Thanks for pointing that out. I guess there are so many threads on the PI forum, I didn't scroll down far enough. But, my comment was in reference to the common practice of BB sex among PI girls.

  10. #2263
    Quote Originally Posted by Syzygies  [View Original Post]
    Width of condoms is normally quoted as half of the circumference or the width of condom when unrolled and laid out flat.

    "Mega Big Boy" packaging shows a width of only 46 mm so this makes it seem like they are even smaller? So that is a big put off. Picture of an Elephant does not impress me.

    I found it is critical when putting on condoms, not to get air trapped inside there, as that helps spoil the feeling and makes them more prone to slip off once any lube gets inside as well.
    And there is the problem. There is no standardized system of measurement for condoms, as if Okamoto uses an alternate metric system or uses something other than Pi to measure circumference. Some of the descriptions I've seen for Okamoto products say something like "XX mm equals YZ mm in American condoms. " But make not mistake, the Mega Big Boy is distinctively larger. I don't have any calipers on hand to measure them. But laid out side by side the Mega Big Boy is visibly wider than the rest.

    I did look on eBay again and found the Sagami Large at a reasonable price if bought in quantity. They ship from Japan, though. I also saw them on Amazon, and they were a bit dear. I will consider them again for my next laboratory test run.

    Good points about putting the condom on correctly.

  11. #2262
    Quote Originally Posted by Eszpresszo  [View Original Post]
    Finally, I whipped out the Mega Big Boy. Unlike the XL, it is not black, but a typical off-white tint. To my delight. It slid on easily and didn't feel too snug. The MegaBig Boy didn't look like I had a tight sausage casing on my dick. It was snug enough to stay in place, but had a nice flare at the top with elbow room for the glans. The feel was good even though this was not the thinnest product from Okamoto. It is still "Sheerlon" like the "Beyond Seven" series you see in the US. I think I will order some more and do more field testing on my next outing (which won't be till the end of the year, sadly).

    I plan to check out the Trojan Magnum "Bareskin", which has gotten very good reviews from men who are larger than average. In fact, better reviews than any other domestic US product I've researched. I also used the SKYN Large condoms, which are made from polyisoprene. I had good experiences with it with my ex-wife, the Hungarian princess with the snug twat. Post divorce, I used it mongering in Medellin and Berlin, next to the Kimono MicroThin. After that, I didn't care for it that much compared to the Kimono product. Also, the SKYN has an unpleasant taste apparently. In Medellin, where CBJ is standard, a gorgeous girl I chose at Energia, went down on it only to pull her head back and make a funny face, and pick up the wrapper of the condom to understand what she has just been mouthing. She indicated it had a bad taste, but continued the BJ only to hurry on to her standard Medellin Cowgirl routine. I switched to the Kimono after that, and no girls complained about the taste. Then again, few girls in other places wanted to do a covered BJ.

    Anybody else have other suggestions? Other experiences? What do we have to do to get a Okamoto. 001 in a Mega Big Boy Size?
    Width of condoms is normally quoted as half of the circumference or the width of condom when unrolled and laid out flat.

    Firstly, the naming of condoms like "Mega Big Boy" etc. Is all just marketing bullshit. The naming is not guaranteed to be an indicator of size. I have not done wide research so far. I tried Sagami .2 mm Large size, and wasn't happy it gave the best feeling. Polyurethane does not stretch and is slightly wrinkled rather than smooth. Was okay But more expensive than other options and feeling no better or slightly behind.

    I also tried Okamoto 003 (width quoted at 52 mm) and found them to be rather tight and quite hard to get on, especially getting them to go over the head (of the dick), not covering full length of dick, but at least they do stretch. The small amount of stretch or snugness is not killing my feeling. I preferred these. Would like to try some others. Should I now try the 002 and 001 versions. I am concerned that 001 may break a bit too easily. I understand need to treat them gently.

    "Mega Big Boy" packaging shows a width of only 46 mm so this makes it seem like they are even smaller? So that is a big put off. Picture of an Elephant does not impress me.

    Now I am getting used to these thin condoms, it seems that returning to use Durex Comfort, or Ultrathin condoms would be very difficult with the feeling dampened too much, even though they are larger and much easier to get them on.

    The condoms I can't use are extra strong thick ones like London. A girl OS pointed out she could stretch a London to put it on her foot like a stocking and no chance it would break. LOL.

    I found it is critical when putting on condoms, not to get air trapped inside there, as that helps spoil the feeling and makes them more prone to slip off once any lube gets inside as well.

  12. #2261
    Quote Originally Posted by Syzygies  [View Original Post]
    I this really worthwhile, given that 99% are not going to get the Immune result? If I am going to put down $200 on a long shot, I would like a massive payout for the win.

    HIV cases per year in Thailand have dropped a lot over the years. Still a bit of a risk for long term hookers.
    It depends on one's bankroll & how motivated they are. I'd take it just out of curiosity, let alone the potentially huge STI & safe sex ramifications. An extra 200 bucks in my bank account on the day I die is probably not going to matter. The problem is, where, if anywhere, in the world can one get the test done?

    "People with two copies of the CCR5 delta32 gene (inherited from both parents) are virtually immune to HIV infection. This occurs in about 1% of Caucasian people. ".

    "One copy of CCR5-delta32 seems to give some protection against infection, and makes the disease less severe if infection occurs. This is more common, it is found in up to 20% of Caucasians. ".

    http://genetics.thetech.org/original_news/news13

    Quote Originally Posted by Eszpresszo  [View Original Post]
    I think this is a timely topic for any forum, but since Thailand is the only nation that has a thread devoted to safe sex, I thought this would be good enough of a place to post this. Notice there is no safe sex thread on the Philippines forum?
    The PI safe sex thread was up when I looked a few minutes ago. Not sure about other nations, but one can always be created. Though one may have to be a paying member to have that privilege.


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    Greetings Everyone,

    Senior Members can start new threads.

    Thanks,

    A

  13. #2260

    Larger Premium Condoms From Japan (and other places)

    I think this is a timely topic for any forum, but since Thailand is the only nation that has a thread devoted to safe sex, I thought this would be good enough of a place to post this. Notice there is no safe sex thread on the Philippines forum?

    If you are bigger than average, you are not at a big advantage unless you are barebacking white women with their big size pussies. This sort of activity however, is the basis for the western nuclear family, which most of us are familiar with. I'm past that stage of my life, thank you, and now devoted to brown tiny, twats for hire from Asia and LatAm. But, I digress. Another con with being bigger than average is less choice among the premium condoms of the world. As we should all know, when the condom is too small, your sensation is reduced (contrary to what one might think) and the risk of breakage is higher. In fact, a lot of breakage could be largely attributed to too small of a fit along with lack of proper lube.

    It has been noted that the size Large Okamoto 0.02 is too small for the average farang. That said, its important to note that Japanese products marketed to Asian customers, are sized in relation to Asian proportion. Some time back, I read an article written by a "gaijin" living in Japan, where he documented his search for condoms (he didn't speak the language yet and didn't know where to start looking). At the end of his Odyssey, he found that Japanese condoms don't come in a size "medium" or "small". They were always Large, Larger or Extra Large (in Japanese terminology). What is large to them might be too snug for the average gaijin / farang / bule. That said, we need to up the size a few levels for our own needs.

    I tried the Okamoto XL Big Boy last February in the DR, and found it a bit snug. However, I was able to drop my load and have a satisfying orgasm in a small Dominica (who was surprisingly snug for a woman who claimed to have two children). I continued my field testing in the DR, using the Kimono Maxx for the first time, as well as my old standby, Kimono Microthin Large (a quality Japanese condom widely available in the US). However, you have other factors involved here, such as the amount of alcohol involved and the women on the receiving end.

    Back home, I started to consider my other options and looked online. Sadly, the best selection is on eBay, not from retail vendors stateside. I was once able to find the Sagami Large at Whole Foods, but now they are only available online through third party vendors, and they are expensive because they can't be found in small quantities. Sagami Large seemed to have fit me pretty well last time I used them, but that was also in the early 90's when my GF was off the pill for some reason.

    I ordered the Okamoto Mega Big Boy from a reliable eBay vendor in Lithuania, that I've used before. Now when you see the phrase "Mega Big Boy", and a photo of an elephant on the box, you are thinking John Holmes proportions. Guess again. It was a quiet afternoon and I decided to do a more scientific comparison. I popped one of those 50 MG Sildenafilo I bought in Colombia last year, grabbed a bottle of coconut oil from the cubbard, cued up an episode of Asian Street Meat on my PC and pulled out the MEGA Big Boy, the Kimono Microthin Large, the MAXX, and a Big Boy XL. Now we're cooking with grease! Yeah, I know this seems gross to you, but the things we do for science. And at least I had a controlled test environment, with a clear, sober head, and no distractions of "leche papi" or "Senor, I need more money to buy Pampers for my baby!

    As I recalled, the Big Boy XL, which comes in a box with a horse on it, was a bit too snug, and my test confirmed it. Sensation is good, but still a bit snug at the base. Extra large for the Japanese man, perhaps. Note that this condom is translucent black, which elicited a giggle from the dark, creole Dominica who was on the receiving end last February. The Kimono MicroThin Large was as always, bordering on snug, but gets the job done. This is my standard condom, which I 've used in every place I've mongered in recently (Berlin, Medellin, Thailand, the DR). Now for the the Kimono MAXX is snug at the base, but has a flare at the top, which actually should increase the sensation. I do recall using it to success on a small "rubia" in Santo Domino recently, but that was after quite a few drinks. It was a bit disappointing this time. I will not use again.

    Finally, I whipped out the Mega Big Boy. Unlike the XL, it is not black, but a typical off-white tint. To my delight. It slid on easily and didn't feel too snug. The MegaBig Boy didn't look like I had a tight sausage casing on my dick. It was snug enough to stay in place, but had a nice flare at the top with elbow room for the glans. The feel was good even though this was not the thinnest product from Okamoto. It is still "Sheerlon" like the "Beyond Seven" series you see in the US. I think I will order some more and do more field testing on my next outing (which won't be till the end of the year, sadly).

    I plan to check out the Trojan Magnum "Bareskin", which has gotten very good reviews from men who are larger than average. In fact, better reviews than any other domestic US product I've researched. I also used the SKYN Large condoms, which are made from polyisoprene. I had good experiences with it with my ex-wife, the Hungarian princess with the snug twat. Post divorce, I used it mongering in Medellin and Berlin, next to the Kimono MicroThin. After that, I didn't care for it that much compared to the Kimono product. Also, the SKYN has an unpleasant taste apparently. In Medellin, where CBJ is standard, a gorgeous girl I chose at Energia, went down on it only to pull her head back and make a funny face, and pick up the wrapper of the condom to understand what she has just been mouthing. She indicated it had a bad taste, but continued the BJ only to hurry on to her standard Medellin Cowgirl routine. I switched to the Kimono after that, and no girls complained about the taste. Then again, few girls in other places wanted to do a covered BJ.

    Anybody else have other suggestions? Other experiences? What do we have to do to get a Okamoto. 001 in a Mega Big Boy Size?

  14. #2259
    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPearl  [View Original Post]
    People whose ancestors came from certain parts of the earth may have full or partial immunity from HIV and other diseases.

    Circumcision also offers protection from some STIs, especially HIV.

    The length of sex sessions would be another factor. Five seconds of bareback sex is not nearly as risky as 5 hours of it.

    STIs are not the only issue with condom free intercourse. Many are concerned about a pregnancy. That's where being an expert at practicing withdrawal or coitus interruptus could help.
    Getting a vasectomy many years ago was one of the best decisions I ever made for the sake of my sanity, financial well-being, and a life of barebacking pleasure with at least that last issue you mentioned pretty much off the table.

    IMO, any man considering launching into a life of non exclusive bareback sexual activities ought to add getting a vasectomy to the list of simple, easy, considerate and prudent preparations for it along with being circumsized, always having in your possession a current (within 2-3 months) clean blood check document for the biggies, keeping things welll lubed either naturally or from the drug store, avoiding sexual sessions that could possibly break the skin of you or your partner (s), avoiding unprotected receptive anal sex, washing your genitals with warm soapy water soon after finishing rather than just rolling over and drifting off to sleep, etc.

    Anyone have other such recommendations to include?

  15. #2258
    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPearl  [View Original Post]
    "4. You can find out if you are one of very few people who is almost completely immune to HIV. "

    "An extremely small percentage of people (fewer than 1 per cent) are almost completely immune to HIV. There are companies that offer genetic testing to see if you have the particular genetic mutation that may make you immune, but the practice is controversial. In November, 2013, the USA Food and Drug Administration prohibited a California company, 23 and Me Inc. , from marketing its at-home DNA testing device because of concerns over "the public health consequences of inaccurate results. " In Canada, you can order a testing kit from Delta-32 in downtown Toronto for $199. "

    http://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/...ticle21841352/
    I this really worthwhile, given that 99% are not going to get the Immune result? If I am going to put down $200 on a long shot, I would like a massive payout for the win.

    HIV cases per year in Thailand have dropped a lot over the years. Still a bit of a risk for long term hookers.

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