The common myth that condoms hinder sexual pleasure has been debunked, with research showing they have no effect on the enjoyment of sex.
Research published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, by scientists at Indiana University, found that sex was just as arousing and pleasurable when condoms and/or lubricants were used compared with when they were not.
People often believe condoms hinder sexual pleasure because they reduce sensitivity. There are also many instances where men refuse to wear condoms for this reason.
I know what some of you are thinking: The effects of condom use on the enjoyment of sex is purely a subjective one, so forgive me if I choose to behave to suit myself rather than do something because of some silly research.
Oh, you selfish, individualistic loner, you, refusing to bow to the wisdom of the group. President Obama would be sooo disappointed in you.
Suppose we can get representatives of the IRS to wear condoms when they're, well, you know.
Next, we'e going to see 1/2-inch thick syeel-belted radial condoms, not only less likely to break, but they provide as much pleasure when tiy're three miles away as when you're there.