Take matters into your own hands with FREE condoms

Because getting a condom shouldn't be the hardest part

When we learned that 65% of female-identifying people have never bought their own condoms we knew we had to do something.

It’s time to take your pleasure into your own hands. This week only, get a FREE box of condoms.
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How effective are condoms?

    Our condoms are electronically-tested for safety. When used correctly every time you have oral, anal, or vaginal sex, condoms are over 98% effective. But, because humans make mistakes, condoms are usually about 87% effective.

  • How often do condoms break?

    There’s a very slim chance that a condom breaks during intercourse, but it can happen. Luckily, there’s things you can do to avoid condom breakage like keeping them away from heat and light, not opening them with anything sharp (like scissors or teeth), and avoid using additional oils or lotions on them (our condoms are already lubricated).

  • What’s the right way to use condoms?

    There’s no one “right” way to have sex, but there is a right way to use a condom. Follow these steps to make sure you’re having safe sex.

    -Ask for, and receive, consent!

    -Check the expiration date of the condom. 

    -Check the wrapper to see if there’s any holes or disturbances to the wrapper. If so, don’t use it. 

    -Remove the condom from the package and squeeze air from the tip of the condom.

    -Roll the condom all the way down to the base of the erect penis. 

    -Have sex! (The best step).

    -After ejaculation, hold the rim of the condom and withdraw. 

    -Wrap the condom in a tissue, throw it out, and wash your hands.

  • Should I keep a condom in my wallet/bag?

    It’s a great idea to keep a condom in a safe and accessible place when you’re on the go. But make sure it’s stored somewhere where it won’t get crushed, ripped, or tarnished.

  • What material are the condoms made of?

    Condoms are made out of different materials, but Stix condoms are made out of ultra thin latex.

Caring for your health made easy

  • Quality and results you can trust

    High-quality, OBGYN- approved vaginal and reproductive health products designed to help you feel your best.

  • Delivered discreetly with fast shipping

    Get your essentials when you need them with discreet packaging because your health is your business.

  • Because your health matters

    With easy-to-use tools and our content hub, Real Talk, you’ll feel confident to make your own health decisions.