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?
Earlier this year, South Korea legalized adultery, and it’s having some surprising effects– including rocketing local condom sales into the stratosphere.
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.
If you’ve been following the SCOTUS case about birth control as closely as we have, you’re probably wondering what to do next.
Need a place to get busy on the go? If you’re in San Francisco, you may be in luck.
In the latest, “No duh,” news, New York is reconsidering their stance on condoms, which we wrote about just under a year ago.