Japanese Company Produces World’s Thinnest Condom

Sagami Rubber Industries Co., a Japanese condom company, announced last week that they have created the world’s thinnest condom.

Q: Can condoms prevent Ebola (and other illnesses)?

Q: I’m really freaking out about Ebola! How can I be sure my hookups are safe?

Condom Sales in South Korea Rise after Adultery Legalized

Earlier this year, South Korea legalized adultery, and it’s having some surprising effects– including rocketing local condom sales into the stratosphere.

AIDS Healthcare Foundation Promotes International Condom Day

Celebrated annually on February 13th, so as to be in conjunction with Valentine’s Day, 2015’s International Condom Day is being promoted worldwide today by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation through their Condoms are Cool campaign.

International Condom Shortages Cause Price Soar Overseas

Newly lowered oil prices may be making us here at the Condom Depot Learning Center breathe a sigh of relief. But for countries that make the majority of their money off this prized resource, things are hard and only getting harder.

Legal Battle over Non-Latex Condom Material

There’s some family bickering going on in the world-wide condom collective. Ansell, the makers of LifeStyles brand condoms, is currently in the process of suing Reckitt-Benckiser, makers of Durex condoms, over the manufacturing of polyisoprene condoms.

Viagra Condom Hits the Market

Viagra Condom makes a very compelling headline. But what exactly does this novel device do? And why hasn’t anyone put the two together before now?