Well, it’s not the actual condom that is festive although I supposed mince pie flavour or mulled wine is a thought, but it’s just the wrappers which have some saucy festive cheer, designed to bring a little fun to the part of the proceedings which is never the most eagerly anticipated. How about condoms as
Latex is not the most loveable of materials. Some people are allergic to it and the whole feel and smell of it would remind you of surgical gloves, a passion killer to say the least. Perhaps the best way to improve the rather poor image of latex is to lighten the mood with some humour.
One of the biggest and arguably the most difficult issues to get around with the condom complainers is the fact that sensitivity is compromised and pleasure reduced. But the safety requirement remains as high as ever so what are scientists developing to try and answer these age-old moans about condom wearing? Scientists at the Texas
Filming sex on screen without the use of condoms is sending a risky message to viewers, isn’t it? Probably the majority of sex scenes in the adult movie industry feature sex without condoms but recently in the US, a controversial bill was sponsored by the President of the Aids Healthcare Foundation which aimed to force
Even in the 21st century, there is a slight tinge of embarrassment surrounding the purchase of condoms from the chemist or supermarket particularly for women. Condoms protect us from STIs and fatal illness such as HIV Aids, it seems ridiculous therefore to feel awkward buying them. To appeal to the female purchaser, Welsh and Kabir
You may not have heard of the Californian Family Health Council (CFHC) and why would you but did you know, this is the top testing facility for experimental condoms in the United States? A condom…well, it’s not rocket science so why experiment with a design that basically works even if it is not very popular?