Male sex workers

How to use a lubricant?

  • There are lubricants that are specially made for sex. 
  • Most condoms already have some lubricant on them.  
  • Some stronger condoms are not lubricated but come with lubricant supplied separately.  
  • You can buy lubricant in packets, tubes and bottles.  
  • Be careful: you may only use water-based or silicon-based lubricant.
  • For anal sex, put a lot of lubricant on the condom and into your anus.
  • Use sufficient lubricant before the sexual contact and repeat it during the sexual contact. 
  • It is best to replace the condom if sex takes longer than 15 minutes.

Which are the best lubricants?

  • Always use a water-based lubricant for sex with a latex condom. 
  • It contains no grease or oil. Latex dissolves in grease and oil, causing the condom to burst. 
  • In addition, there are also very good silicone-based lubricants, e.g. Eros and Silk.  
  • These lubricants feel greasy because silicone was added, but they don’t contain any oil.
  • These lubricants can also be used for an erotic massage.  They don’t damage the condom.

If you have used anything greasy or oily for a massage, make sure you wash yourself and your client well with soap and water before having sex.

NEVER USE A LUBRICANT THAT CONTAINS NONOXYNOL-9.  Nonoxynol-9 damages the tissue of the vagina or anus, making you more susceptible tot STIs.

 No grease – no massage oil!

  • A lubricant makes sex easier.  
  • It considerably reduces the risk of having a broken condom. 
  • When you use a latex condom, always use a water-based lubricant.  Grease and massage oil affect the rubber and can cause a broken condom.