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Mon 2 Aug, 2010
By Sam Bristowe

This product will be welcomed by homosexual men as well as couples who engage in anal sex

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India plans first gay condom

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India’s leading condom manufacturer is planning to reduce the first condom that is target solely to the extra needs of men who have sex with other men.

Family Planning Promotion Trust along with National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO) have been working together to find issues that men have with gay sex and using condoms.
In a bid to stop men having sex without condoms and prevent them from ultimately contracting HIV, they have designed a condom for the gay man to make the experience more comfortable and enjoyable.

The research showed that many found discomfort with original condoms that are aimed for vaginal use as apposed to anal use, due to that lack lubrication needed for anal sex.

An Executive from Family Planning Promotion Trust reportedly said: "We are still in the process of developing the product. As far as the costing goes, we are still unsure if it must be sold in the socially marketed category or in genera one. However, this concern is secondary to product development,"

Sexologist Dr Prakash Kothari said about the new form of condom: "This product will be welcomed by homosexual men as well as couples who engage in anal sex. Sometimes during lovemaking, the lubricating gets messy and anal sex can get painful. A condom with extra lubrication will bring securities to such couples,"

The condom will be called “Spice Up.”


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