David C. Holzman writes from Lexington, Mass. This essay began as a response to a CommonHealth post on why people have unsafe sexand turned into much more.
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Scientists at Boston University have a created a self-lubricating condom which they hope will bolster safe sex and encourage condom usage. Mark Grinstaff, a professor of chemistry, biomedical engineering, and medicine at BU, co-led an interdisciplinary team that has worked on this project over the past three years. A paper published Tuesday in the British journal Royal Society Open Science gave insight into the new design, which involved coating a typical latex condom with a polymer.
However, Boston University actually offers a distinct service: the Condom Fairy. Photo Credit: Designers Against Aids. Prior to that, Mooney said that free condoms were available at Student Health Services, but not discreetly. They were also inconvenient for students living in East Campus.
I walked into condom world ,and was treated by an incredibly kind and courteous employee. They walked me through all the products I was interested in with lots of knowledge and professionalism Horrible experience at this store.
The actual condom has not been tested yet. Of every 10 participants in the group, 9 indicated that if it were on the market, they would prefer to use the self-lubricating condom over a standard latex version. To the naked eye, the self-lubricating condom prototype looks like a typical male latex condom.
Winners include advocates, designers, and painters from Malaysia to Slovenia to the United States and beyond. ONE received nearly submissions and more thanvotes from across the world. Designs ranged from funny and cheeky to abstract painting or art.
This article examines the failure of the condom as a HIV prevention device in marriage relationships in southern Africa. Where male control over the sexual realm has seen the male condom become largely disused, the need to understand male rejection of condoms becomes vital. To conduct its examination, this article adopts a framework of symbology.
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