OK, so how do the female condoms work and are they better?
To begin inserting the VA, hold the sponge and frame close together and place the closed end in front of the vagina. Use two fingers to push the closed end containing the sponge inside the vagina as far as it will go. Make sure the sponge is opened up flat once it has been inserted. The frame should remain on the outside of the vagina.
The penis should be guided into the condom in order to ensure that the penis does not slip into the vagina outside the condom. Use enough lubricant so that the condom stays in place during sex. The female condom should not be used at the same time as a male condom because the friction between the two condoms may cause the condoms to break.
If the condom slips during intercourse, or if it enters the vagina, then you should stop immediately and take the female condom out. Then insert a new one and add extra lubricant to the opening of the sheath or on the penis.
To remove the condom, twist the outer ring or frame gently and then pull the condom out keeping the sperm inside. Wrap the condom in the package or in tissue and throw it away. Do not put it into the toilet. It is generally recommended that the female condom should not be reused.
The female condom may feel unfamiliar at first. The female condom may feel different and some people find it difficult to insert. Some women find that with time and practice using the female condom becomes easier and easier.
DO NOT USE FOR ANAL SEX,USE MALE CONDOM.
DON'T TRY TO WEAR IT AGAIN AFTER YOUR PARTNER EJACULATES
no, its not more effective than a male condom a male condom is around 98% effective idf used correctly and the female condom is only around 95% effective at used correctly and only 79% effective if you use it but not exactly properly which also makes it a lot less effective that other methods like the birth control pill for more information on it you can look here http://www.avert.org/femcond.htm
less effective than male condoms and a lot more awkward-better off on the pill and use regular ones..safest way 2 go