I just wanted to answer a quick question sent in to me by one of our readers. I previously posted about my initial foray into the wholesale condom world, and I described my purchase from Condomman.com. One of our readers desired to know the best place to buy condoms online on a retail scale. Not everyone needs to buy hundreds of condoms at a time, and many people are not comfortable buying them within a brick and mortar retail setting. For them, there is Undercovercondoms.com. Undercovercondoms has a wide selection, and they sell in small retail order quantities. Their prices are competitive, and I have never heard a complaint about their products or service. So our recommendation is to use Condomman for large orders and Undercovercondoms for retail condom purchases.
So I’d like to share a small story from our club’s last get together. For those who haven’t read my postings on safersex in the past, my husband (Tom) and I now manage an “open lifestyle” club here in our mid-sized Midwestern city. We hosted our first “soiree” recently, and the consensus was that our first effort was one of the best get togethers in the club’s nearly 4 year’s of existence. Over 60 couples attended, and we had rooms catering to all (legal) tastes. Seeing this was our first time hosting an event, we wanted to create one room which was especially over the top. After much discussion between Tom and I, we decided to go with his selection of a Jello Wrestling room — part of the core of every man’s fantasy.
Suffice to say, this idea was easier said than done. Creating huge batches of Jello (actually the off brand gelatin, using actual Jello would cost a fortune!!) is not an easy task. After much effort, we were quite proud of the fruits of our efforts, and our guests were quite impressed. Unfortunately, I was unable to initially foresee that I would be nominated (or drafted!) to be among the first participants in this sticky event. If I would have known that, then I probably would have killed the idea in its tracks. But I have to admit, I actually did have fun. I’m a prissy little blonde and hardly a wrestling type, but that didn’t prove to be an issue. The action which ensued resembled love much more than it did war, and Tom said I have never looked sexier as I did covered in sticky red Jello.
Gotta go for now.. love ya,
Hi all, just wanted to make a quick post about wholesale condoms. Condoms aren’t ordinarily a focus of event planning, but when hosting relatively large “lifestyle” events it becomes necessary to seek out the best price in order not to blow the entire budget. Safety is the main priority at our club’s events, and a key obvious requisite element to facilitate safe sex is an abundance of condoms. So where does one look when needing to order wholesale volumes of condoms? Unless you’ve formerly managed a drugstore or convenience store, you’re probably like me and didn’t have a clue. However, with the power of the Internet today, all information is now at one’s fingertips. My first exploration led me to Amazon.com where there were several attractively priced bulk condom packages offered by several wholesalers. However, upon further search I stumbled upon several better solutions.
One site that caught my eye was the aptly named Discountcondomking.com. This site featured several quality brands at just under a 20 cent per condom price point. I was about to place an order on this site, but decided to search further. I finally ended up on Condomman, and I was very impressed at their range of selection. I also felt confident that I would receive quality product seeing my due diligence showed they supply a large list of hospitals, clinics and educational institutions. I purchased 250 Durex Extra Sensitive, 100 Okamoto Beyond Seven, and 300 Trojan Naturalambs. The total was quite reasonable, and they shipped right away arriving in two days. I must give a shout out to Condomman who for us is now the king of wholesale condoms.
Keeping it safe for safersex,
My husband and I have had quite an exciting week. We have officially taken over management of the “club” I mentioned in my first post on Safersex.org. Membership in the club currently sits at 74 couples, and we are growing fast. We obviously are unable to have a fixed location for our parties, and Tom and I are finding out just how hard planning club events can be. Richard and Jenny (not their real names), the founding members of our club who just moved out of town, always prided themselves on hosting soirees that would be enjoyable even without the sex. The number of moving pieces that goes into organizing an event attended by 100 people can be quite daunting. From the locale to the drinks, food and entertainment — all of these typical party planning facets come into play with the additional burden of the necessity of discretion.
So this past weekend was our first official event as hosts — and it went off beautifully. We used a local venue which must remain unnamed — and outfitted it with rooms themed to suit all proclivities within the sexual spectrum. The club only has a few simple rules. Respect must be shown to all other members at all times. Couples only. Men will not initiate contact with women without an explicit invitation. And, most importantly, safety is the highest priority. I am writing here on Safersex to provide an example of how even the most sex-positive and open of couples can still adhere to the dictates of safe sex.
To all fellow club members — it was a pleasure (literally and figuratively) to host our first event, and we look forward to our next get together on August 14th. As Tom and I promised, we will be very careful to avoid disclosing any personal details on here or on Bizarresex.com. I’ll post an update on here soon sharing some of the more entertaining tidbits to emerge from last Saturday’s fun.
Keep it fun and safe,