The long and short of condoms

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    Condoms. Mention them and most people–especially men–laugh. Maybe it reminds us of that first “rite of passage” purchase. “I’ll have a candy bar, some bubble gum, a box of Kleenex, some Band-Aids, and a package of rubbers. And could you double bag that please?” Or maybe it reminds us of the first time we used a condom–or at least tried to!

    The condom industry often looks to the lighter side to showcase and sell their product. “Welcome! And please use a condom before entering” greet you on entering at least one condom manufacturer’s website. Lightheartedness aside, though, the use of condoms is also a serious business.

    What is a condom?
    A condom is a thin sheath that fits snugly over a man’s erect penis during sexual contact. Its purpose is to prevent bodily fluids from passing between sexual partners, and thus, prevent impregnation and/or the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).

    Various types
    Condoms come in many different shapes, flavors, and sizes (despite every man’s instinct to buy “extra, extra large”). Regardless of differences in size and shape, there are only three varieties of material used for all condoms– latex rubber, lambskin, and polyurethane.

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