Pardon me, but did you just say there’s nothing left to learn about condoms and safer sex? Come again? This month’s many intimate reader questions may prompt you to reconsider.
Different materials can change the way different types of condoms are produced. However, most methods are very similar to how latex condoms are made.
The controversy over the potential release date of much anticipated pure silicone anal, male, and female condoms continues as legal battles between Origami condom inventor Daniel Resnic, his former employee, and the National Institute of Health (NIH) rages on.
The biggest condom contender of my life came up when I was told that I needed to review the FC2, also known as the female condom. Throughout my many safer sex adventures, sad to say it’s true– I’ve never tried one before. And I was a little bit nervous.
We here at the Condom Depot Learning Center have been getting a lot of questions lately about condom length. “Is my condom too long?” you ask. “Will it come off if it isn’t long enough?” And perhaps, most importantly, “What’s better length or girth?”
In a move that seems, well, oddly slick and not in the least bit tacky, Reckitt Benckiser, owner of the Durex brand, has bought KY Lubricants from the Johnson and Johnson company.