The best way to learn how to put on a condom is to practice putting them on...either by yourself or with your man. This is something you need to practice before safer sex leading to explosive orgasms.
Condoms can make your insertable sex toys ready to use without a trip to the sink to clean them afterwards.
Put protection on a man's penis after he is hard and before you have oral...vaginal...or anal... contact to protect against sexually transmitted disease.
Make sexy eye contact with him during this. Show him how much fun you are having. Don't act like this is a chore or some kind of "clinical duty". For an arousing addition to your condom use...explore how to put on a condom with your mouth.
Check that the wrapper is in good condition. You should be able to feel the air in the package when you squish it...or the wrapper has been opened and it needs to be discarded. Always check the expiration date.
Make sure your hands are clean and free from any oil-based products.
Make putting on protection part of foreplay. The faster you can slip it on...the less likely he is to go limp. Practice how to put on a condom until you can do it quickly and smoothly and you won't risk that dreaded side effect.
This also helps make the condom easier to put on and more comfortable to use. It can also help prevent breakage.
Be careful not to use too much lube. That could make the condom slide off more easily during sex.
Put the tip of the rolled up condom on the tip of his penis. Hold the nubby end with your finger. As you do this you should notice the reservoir tip is sticking up and has air in it.
If his erection is a little shorter than the condom...it is better to leave more extra space at the top. How to put on a condom that is less than perfectly fitting can be tricky. Condom sizing shouldn't be an afterthought.
Make sure the condom stays in place during sex. If it rolls up...roll it back into place immediately.
If the condom comes off...stop...and put on a new condom before continuing sex.
Have your man pull out immediately after ejaculating...while he's still slightly hard. After cumming it is uncomfortable for your man to wilt inside a condom. He will prefer that you remove his condom right away.
Hold on to the rim at the base of the condom as his penis is pulled out to make sure it doesn't slip off or spill the contents. Carefully roll it down and catch it in your hand.
Roll it back up and tie the end in a knot. Wrap the used condom in a tissue and throw it in the garbage. And don't flush it down the toilet. A clogged toilet isn't sexy.