We’ve covered condoms in fine art, but what about the vagina’s role in the wooly world of performance art knitting?
When they aren’t too busy producing the world’s thinnest condoms (and fighting over it), the Japanese are very busy not using condoms.
The World Cup is here, and with it comes a celebration of safe play with new caipirinha-flavored condoms.
Safe sex activists in Thailand are bringing safer sex to the dinner table with the restaurant Cabbages and Condoms. The restaurant has been around for many years but was recently discovered by tourists and is becoming a popular novelty.
Researchers from Georgia’s Institute of Technology confirmed this week that emergency contraception pills being sold in the South American country of Peru had a high likelihood of being fake.
Last year, I wrote about Guangzhou Daming United Rubber Products claiming the title of the World’s Thinnest Condom And just shortly before that, I wrote about Sagami taking the title from one of our favorite brands, Okamoto. But now, legal trouble is on the horizon, and who’s to say what is truly the world’s thinnest condom?
Over a period of eight hours, 4,367 people received HIV/AIDs testing and counseling in Ethiopia this past November, making this the largest instance of HIV testing to happen in history.
Residents from North Dakota, USA and Edmonton, Canada were shocked to discover that members of their community infiltrated the Vancouver Gay Pride parade earlier this month, under the ruse of supporting gays, when in actuality they are a part of a conservative evangelical Christian group who are adamantly anti-gay.