Condoms are a very responsible way to have sex with a new partner. They can help to protect you and your partner from the spread of disease. Even if both you and your partner have just been tested for STDs and you are clean, it is responsible to wear condoms as a safety precaution against pregnancy and in case the testing missed anything. This is why, even if you are not planning on having sex, you should always make sure you bring condoms along with you. It will help to keep the night going without any interruptions.
Letting Her Know You Have Condoms
Even though have brought condoms along with you, it is not a good idea to announce this fact while you are on the date. You should allow things to unfold as they might. If the talk turns to sex and she asks you if you brought condoms, you can let her know. If she is put off by the fact you brought condoms, tell her you are like a Boy Scout in that you are always prepared. Remind her not to get upset at the fact you brought condoms, because if not, you would not be able to proceed. This should defuse any problems she has with the fact you brought condoms along with you on the date. More than likely, she will just be happy you brought them.
How to Bring the Condoms with You
Most guys like to carry their condoms in their wallet. Of course, this means you are only going to be able to bring one with you. Additionally, when you put the condom in your wallet, it means you are going to be sitting on it all night, getting it hot and possibly breaking the condom inside the wrapper. You should try to keep your condoms in a place which will not crush them or cause them to have extreme changes in temperature. This will protect the condoms themselves as well as protecting the lubrication on the condom. If you are wearing a jacket, you can put them inside the jacket pocket. If not, you might consider just putting them in your front pocket.
Using the Condoms if Necessary
If you are in the heat of the moment, you do not want to break it up to put a condom on, put it is necessary to make sure you are being safe. The best way to do this is to not announce you are doing it or to make a big production out of it. While you are making out, bring out your condoms and get ready to put it on. You can put it on yourself as you are making out and about to have sex, or you can ask your partner to assist you with putting the condom on. Most partners will get turned on with the idea of helping you put your condom on. After all, it is another chance they get to touch you. You will be happier you took the time to do the right thing.