One of the banes of owning an adult novelty product (“sex toy”) is that cleaning the accessory or device is a chore. You need to completely wipe it down and then boil it in hot water for a long period of time, which affects the quality of the merchandise over time. Since most people keep them in drawers and closets, dust and other particles gather. And in the case of electric devices, you also have to charge it after the cleaning process.
What does a rooster have in common with sex and condoms? If you think about the synonym “cock,” the answer becomes obvious.
Medical experts in England and the CDC (Center for Disease Control) are warning about a new strain of drug resistant Gonorrhea. Dubbed “super Gonorrhea,” these microbial organisms are proving harder to treat with current varieties of antibiotics. Azithromycin is the usual prescription for the disease but its effectiveness has lessened.
The Calgary Herald published a surprising statistic from the same sexual study that investigated the performance of the anti-HIV pill Truvada. And guess what? According to the results, the pill doesn’t lead to an increase of risky sexual behavior and its effective even when missing regular doses.
More innovations have arrived in the condom category. While other industrial researchers are focused on improving the pleasurable aspects of condoms, two condom manufacturers are focused on two different areas: one that limits unplanned pregnancies due to condom breaks, and another that’s destroying STD-causing microorganisms.
Kink.com is one company protesting the passage of AB 1576 in California. This measure requires pornography production companies to supply condoms to sexually explicit actors. Lawmakers introducing the regulation were responding to a rash of HIV positive outbreaks occurring throughout the industry in the beginning of the year. Surprisingly, some famous adult entertainment celebrities question the sincerity of these lawmakers and wonder if they’re true objective is to use that incident to cow-tow to opponents of the adult industry. There’s also the issue of privacy that this mandate seemingly infringes upon, according to the same celebrities.