You wouldn’t buy gloves meant for thumbs half your size, so why sufferan unbearably small condom? Yet many safety-conscious studs do: Theiraverage rubber is too loose or too snug. A lousy fit hikes pregnancyrisk—and both partners’ odds for HIV and other sexually transmitteddiseases.

“Thousands of men have anxiety about wearingcondoms,” says Adam Glickman, CEO of Condomania, a retailer of allthings latex and safe. “They’re afraid it will slip off and humiliatethem or it will be tight, uncomfortable and break. It affects theirability to perform and their attitudes toward safer sex.”

EnterGlickman’s custom-fit rubber: TheyFit—found only at Condomania’s NewYork City store (212.691.9442) and website (www.condomania.com). Aftera 2003 debut, TheyFit expands its offerings this February, from 55lengths and widths to 95. Condoms range from modest (3 inches) tomassive (10).

If you’re worried about pinpointing your rightsize, start with a three-pack ($4.95). If it fits just right, you canblow your wad on a 12-pack ($11.95). And relax: Your size staysconfidential. (TheyFit assigns each size a random code.) So now the“it’s too tight” excuse for ditching protection in the bedroom fits aspoorly as O.J.’s glove.


Measure Up

Find your size of TheyFit condoms and have fun doing it—by measuring!
1. Drop by the Condomania website (www. condomania.com) to download and print the Fit Kit.
2.Ask your partner to follow the instructions for measuring your Mr.Man.  You’ll be most aroused and get a more accurate read with heror him around.
3. Order away—then unwrap, unroll and get busy.