I like female condoms because….
they rub on my clit during sex they are not just for women, but for guys with guys too they allow my dick to slip and move around feeling free I can go in and out of them taking a pause between rounds but leaving it in they stop me worrying about getting pregnant, so […]More Info
OMG, it’s a female condom!
IRIN Plus News recently carried an article that highlights some pros and cons of female condoms, or at least of how they’re viewed today. Let’s start with a pro – there was an article about female condoms! And not just a new technological breakthrough or design innovation, but an article about some actually using one. […]More Info
Is it just me, or are condoms getting sexier?
On a recent trip to the Condomerie, I couldn’t help but think that the world of pleasurable condoms had exploded while I was under the sheets somewhere, always buying the same trusty variety. While I recently posted about condom design innovations, that article was just the tip of the iceberg. Size While I once had […]More Info
Want more stimulation? Try a female condom!
Maybe you’ve heard about the legendary “C-V Distance”? No, this has nothing to do with your resume, your level of physical fitness, or probability and statistics. This time it’s the distance between a woman’s clitoris and her vagina. Back in February, Kim Wallen, a professor at Emory University, reanalyzed measurement data of women and discovered […]More Info
Condom Design Innovations
The Human Condition, a blog by Kate Dailey, recently posted about five condom design innovations particularly suited to making sex more pleasurable. Some – like the wider head on the condoms – have been around in Europe for some time, but are just becoming popular in America. Others are examples of condom manufacturers picking up […]More Info
Workshop at Share-Net Meeting
On April 16, 2009, Wendy Knerr presented a Pleasure Project workshop to a Share-Net meeting in the Netherlands. Share-Net is the Dutch network of development organizations and individual consultants working in the field of sexual & reproductive health and rights, and HIV. Among those present were members of the Universal Access to the Female Condom […]More Info