So you might think that you are a pro at slipping on one, but guys, condoms aren’t always only for you! Infact, these rubber sheaths can open up an encyclopedia of trivia so huge, that it can put a ‘know- it- all’ to shame!
THE SHE- FACTOR!
You might not actually be aware but there exists female condoms as well. So girls, rejoice, as you stay further secured by wearing these plastic rings inside your vagina, to protect your reproductive system from all those unwanted sperms!
THE LET- DOWNS!
Well, this might actually be a no-brainer. Otherwise, how will you explain those unlucky times when you couldn’t stall the inevitable?
While it is typically supposed to be a guy thing, statistics say that almost half of the condoms in the world are sold to women. After all, you are to be responsible for your own safety!
ALL THAT STRENGTH!
Condoms are designed to be sturdy enough to expand to hold about a gallon of liquid! And to think that you still break them while ‘on duty’ is kinda overwhelming!
Safe sex is touted to be a modern thing. But it seems our forefathers were even more advanced, for condoms have been documented as in use since atleast 11000 BC!
Condom ads have always been steamy. And good old Bollywood songs celebrate sexuality immensely. Hence ‘pyaar hua ikraar hua’ became a double hit!
There also needs to be separate mobile storage options made available for condoms. Because these may very well break while in your wallet, and you surely don’t want to miss out on all the fun!
IN A PARALLEL WORLD!
Condoms can combat war almost as well as they can combat love! Hence their use as packing for fuse igniters was explored in the Second world War. However, in the Indian context, condoms meant for family planning were used in Varanasi handlooms to turn out the beautiful Varanasi sarees you treasure. The lubricant in the condom smoothens the loom shuttle, making weaving faster. Absolute geniuses!
THE EVOLVING REALITY!
Condoms have evolved from animal intestines to latex to polyurethane or polysoprene ones. However, the most substantial innovation happens to be the ‘spray on’ invisible condoms conceived by German sex educator Jan Vincenz Krause wherein liquid latex was used. Whatta blessing!
BURSTING THE MYTH!
Contrary to popular belief, condoms doesn’t affect the sensation of sex. So go ahead, slip one on and get ready to enjoy the time of your life!