Sinno is a singer in the Lebanese alternative rock group Mashrou'Leila and often speaks about his experience as a gay man. Now, Sinno has a new role: teaching people how to use condoms. Sinno features alongside Lebanese actress Yumna Ghandour in a video made by the NGO Marsa that offers a practical and funny guide for using condoms.
You know what's great? Floating on your back in a pool on a cloudless summer evening, when the sky turns from blue to pink and gold and burnt orange. Puppies wearing sweaters.
The following video is a practical demonstration on how to have hot safe sex if you're the top - the guy doing the fucking. The following video is a practical demonstration on how to have hot safe sex if you're the bottom - the guy being fucked. Others like to do both.
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Another use for condoms has emerged—outside of, you know, protection against pregnancy and STIs. Thanks to a discovery made by one beauty vlogger, you may now want to consider incorporating condoms into your beauty routine by putting one on your Beautyblender. YouTuber Laila Tahri is credited with thinking up the hack, which she says prevents the Beautyblender from absorbing and therefore wasting tons of product in the style of the SiliSponge while still providing the coveted sponge effect.
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At a recent policy review meeting at YouTube 's headquarters in San Bruno, California, the company's chief exec, Susan Wojcicki, weighed-in on a certain set of "challenge" videos that had become wildly popular on the platform, according to a New York Times report last week. The videos — which make up a phenomenon called the " Condom Challenge " — show a water-filled contraceptive falling onto a person's head in slow motion. Nothing is particularly raunchy about the videos besides knowing that condoms are being usedand they are, admittedly, fascinating to watch.