What are condoms?
Well, link we’re pretty sure you’re aware of what condoms are. But where to they fit in?
If you’re on PrEP or using TasP do you need to worry about using condoms? Well, honestly that’s entirely up to you. As long as you are making informed decisions about your sexual health you should choose the tools that work for you. Just because you use one, doesn’t mean you can’t use the others. As Ru Paul says, you can use every colour in the crayon box.
Condoms have been a staple of HIV prevention since the outbreak of the pandemic. Condoms are cheap (often free), relatively easy to use, and effective. But! Condoms aren’t forgiving. unlike TasP or PrEP – condoms need to be used during your sex session. TasP and PrEP allow you to separate your HIV prevention from the act of sex. Condoms only work if they find their way out of the drawer and onto your cock.