Man or woman? I would hope both parties would assume their own responsibility for their sexual health. I'm not currently sexually active right now, as I'm just taking time to sort myself out, but one of the threads on here made me think... if two people are about to have sex, who should supply? The issue with this for women is - how do we know what size condoms to keep in our dresser? There are no condoms in my dresser at this moment, but I would think it would be very odd keeping various sized condoms in my dresser. It would be very awkward and a mood spoiler to ask my partner "So what size condom do you use?" I would think it's even worse to get a condom that is clearly too big for someone... If a woman is going to sleep with that guy, obviously she is going to see her partner's cock and "estimate" and see what size their cock is...I would think that most men have a general idea or know which condom is the best fit for them. I have found that my previous partners who happened to be large down there, assumed responsibility for their own condoms because the size of their condoms had to be special ordered. However, for average / above average men, typical drug store condoms are available. Would it be a blow to the man's ego or very awkward, if a woman accidentally pulled out a condom that was obviously for a large man, when he clearly is just average or if he saw a stash of different sized condoms in her drawer? It sounds logical to be prepared and have condoms on hand but would it give any guy the wrong idea / impression that simply because a woman has various condom sizes that she is sleeping with more than one person?