Double the reason to use one. Condoms are the only contraception that protect against both STIs and unwanted pregnancies.
Condoms protect you against almost all STIs, except the ones passed on through skin contact like HPV. No contraceptive is 100% effective. That’s why regular STI testing is so important.
Yep, it’s actually pretty easy to put a condom on inside out and happens to the best of us. If it happens to you throw it away and grab yourself a new one.
Almost every STI that can be passed on through penetration can be passed on through oral sex too. Why else were flavoured condoms invented?
You 100% cannot use a condom twice. It won’t be as effective at protecting you. And it would probably get a little messy too. No-one wants that.
Condoms can definitely expire and might break if it’s out of date. So make sure you check before use. Or why not check them now? After all, no reason to waste time when you really need them.
Massage oil breaks down the latex on condoms, which can weaken them. If you’re using lube with condoms make it water-based one. Sorted.
Condoms come in all different sizes and there is no way someone would be too big. If you’re having trouble finding one that does, keep trying till you find the right one for you.
Unless you’re in a monogamous relationship and have both been tested you should use a condom every time you have sex. The risk isn’t worth the excuses.