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Gyn here recommended Olive Oil, of all things, as a safe and effective lubricant. Anyone have any history with that?

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"A~~Hmmmm. Ohio, huh...."

You KNOW I would be the perfect host...

c'mon, you know you want to....

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Wow thank you Kat. yall are a very nice looking couple,,And no Im not bi lol

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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>would love to see more of Kat:-) very beautiful woman

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"That's greatly appreciated, A :o) You are MOST considerate!"

That's me Kat, always put your wants and needs before mine. :-)

Now then, what do you want Kat? What do you need??

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Thats what it was every time for just her, Burning.

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Tana was having alot of problems also with the lubricants.We from a Dr. found out that it was the ones with a SUGAR BASE we starting using water base,No problems since.

Mickey.

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Kat-- we regularly use the non-latex condoms made of Polyisoprene and are manufactured by several major brands. You may try the Durex Avanti Bare, LifeStyles Skyn, or Trojan Supra non-latex. We have not used the female condoms, but I checked on line and they are available in non-latex.

Polyisoprene does not have the wealth of safety and disease prevention data as do latex condoms, but the lab tests look very positive and are the best alternative if there is a latex allergy/sensitivity issue. Avoid the lambskin products as they do not provide an effective barrier for several STDs.

With the non-latex condoms, you can use water or silicon based lubs. We prefer the "pink" brand silicon.

In another thread, a guy claimed that he has to go bareback because he is allergic to latex and that the Polyisoprene condoms are not available in extra large size. His rationalization was stupid... I blew up one of my Durex non-latex condoms as large as a scuba tank!

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I have several solutions to this problem Kat but mostly just wanted to assure you that I could always kiss it and make it all better!

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I look forward to your report! Good luck! Burning down there sucks....

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