Spray-On Condoms: A Good Idea in Theory…

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There’s quite a buzz circulating about these new spray-on condoms. German inventor Jan Vinzenz Krause has created a spray-on condom that’s made out of liquid latex.

Here’s how it works: before a man would normally put on a condom, he will instead spray liquid latex on his penis and wait at least 20 seconds for it to dry. Once it has dried, it will essentially work just like a standard latex condom. They’ll even roll up after they’re used. The benefit to having spray on condoms is that they will give a 100% custom fit to the penis, eliminating any awkwardness that regular condoms may give.

While custom fit condoms are indeed a good idea to anyone, I’m not completely sold on these spray-ons. First of all, 20 seconds sure seems like a long time to wait when you’re in the heat of the moment.

Also, some men might lose their erections if they have to stop and ‘spray on,’ though it might not be any more involved than opening a pack and sliding one on.

Spray-on condoms seem like they might be a bit more complicated than they’re rumored to be, but if you still want a custom fit condom, there’s always Condomania!!

Samantha Seeger

is a recent graduate of Indiana University with an undergrad degree in Gender Studies and a double minor in Psychology and Human Sexuality.
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