Wearing a condom is one of the simplest ways to prevent pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases unless you have a latex allergy, in which case it’s the simplest way to make your D feel like it’s been dipped in hot wax. But even you with your pesky latex allergy can engage in safe sex by simply using non-latex condoms.
Despite their name, lambskin condoms aren’t made from lambskin they’re made from a thin layer of lamb intestine, and as we previously wrote, they tend to have a more natural feel than polyisoprene and polyurethane condoms.
Lambskin condoms, however, have one major downside: “I don’t recommend these for sex play with new partners, because the intestine material used to make these condoms is permeable and could allow sexually transmitted viruses to be shared.
Honestly, with the advent of the aforementioned synthetic condom options, these are pretty low on the list of things I’d recommend, and I only mention them in case none of the other options are viable.