Mommy, where do condoms come from?
This is a question we asked her just yesterday and she had no clue. Technically her answer of “Walgreens!” was correct, but we’re a more curious sort than that.
So our good friends at LifeStyles Condoms created a video that explains it all in fascinating detail. (We wonder if that guy scraping the latex tree knows what’s going to become of that milky substance dripping into his bowl.)
Tomorrow is National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, a designation created by NAPWA (National Association of People with AIDS) to celebrate how much we’ve accomplished over the years in HIV/AIDS treatment and prevention and how important condoms are in the overall safe-sex equation.
So we figured this was a perfect time to educate our valued subscribers on the stringent procedure for turning a little tree-goo into your ticket to paradise.
But it’s also a great time to give away some of the company’s newest products, SKYN and ZERO.
Non-latex SKYN claims to be “the closest thing to wearing nothing,” and ZERO is their thinnest latex condom ever. Of course, we had to test them both out.
Again. And Again. And Again.
Yet we still can’t figure out which one we like best.
If only we had some volunteers to help us out.