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First I am NOT Trying to shut down anything! Where you get that from is way out in space.

Sorry for using my rights to post.

I appologise to everyone I may have offended. I truely mean that

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I'm sorry are you trying to shut down a thread because the direction of the conversation isn't relevant to your situation?

Why are you paying attention anymore then? We're talking about condom compatability, and you're not interested. Should I jump into every thread you're a part of which isn't relevant to me and tell everyone to shut up?

Jesus Christ. Get over yourself and grow up.

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Jesus people!!!

Use whatever you want! We like coconut oil and thats that.

If your gonna play with others (men who need to use a condum) use something else! We dont party with guys Period! just Lady and other ladies so cocnut oil is good for us

Didnt think this would turn into a debate over what is good for a rubber.

The fact is

Ky and other lubes irritates Lady as she has sensitive skin and is allergic to aloe.

When we heard about cocnut oil we tried it and love it. Its the best lube we have used and has NO side effects on her body.

Dont give a shit about the rubbers. Only her health and coconut oil doesnt hurt her.

Enough said

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I'm saying the oil (petroleum or coconut) *is* the solvent. :)

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There is a difference between using mechanical action to remove an oil vs it coming off your hands with water. Oils will also absorb into your skin. But I assure you, the solubility of coconut oil in water is *zero*.

LWC: I don't think that's what they're doing. I think they are stating that in a marathon session body oils can also degrade condoms and they should be replaced from time to time.

Essentially, water and silicone-based lubes are the safe ones with condoms. Any oil ("natural" or otherwise) will degrade them. Their explanation isn't the choice of words I would use, but it is correct. All oils have some "solvent power", and will attack latex and polyisoprene.

Polyurethane is chemically speaking a different animal entirely, although as condoms go, it is an awful material.

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100% pure virgin coconut oil!

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If it's coming off on your hands with just water, it ain't coconut oil.

You do whatever you like. You're obviously won't accept a scientific explanation.

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Here is a quote from the CDC article (bold and italics are mine): "In 2011, the World Health Organization (WHO), in collaboration with United Nations Population Fund and Family Health International, published an advisory document which reconfirms that oil-based lubricants should be avoided, and provides more clarity on the procurement of safer water-based lubricants. A list of household products are listed as damaging to latex including: baby oil, burn ointment, dairy butter, palm or coconut oil, cooking oil, fish oil, mineral oil, suntan oil, haemorrhoid cream, petroleum jelly and body/hand lotions [47]. <em><strong>This WHO list, however, references a behavioural study in Jamaica [48] which actually does not specifically mention, or scientifically test the condom compatibility of most of these “condiments,” as is implied."</strong></em>

It concerns an advisory document but note the ending. No scientific tests were done and it is only implied. I suggest you try your own little experiment. Put some coconut oil in your hands and then go wash it off. It comes off my hands with the use of only water.

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I avoided "magazine-style" articles, since those are just "stuff people write on the internet", and stuck with more authoritative publications. Since they don't allow web links on here, I had to insert a space in critical spots in the url.

w ww.cdc.g ov/condomeffectiveness/brief.html

w ww.ncbi.nlm.nih.go v/pmc/articles/PMC3708353/

apps.w ho.int/iris/bitstream/10665/76580/1/WHO_RHR_12.33_eng.pdf

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