Author: M. G.
We have some really good news from the world of condom innovation today: the Chinese brand Guangzhou Daming United is now producing Aoni, the thinnest condom ever made. Where the usual thickness of condoms is around 0,5-0,8 mm, Aoni condoms are just 0,36 mm, less than the half the average. This is amazing news for those who usually say that condoms change the sensations while having sex. I mean, can you imagine how much 0,36 mm is? It's nothing, it's more or less like the diameter of a human hair. With these nice quasi-invisible gloves on your di**y you'll probably not even notice the difference between that or going totally naked.
To achieve such a result wasn't easy: researchers had to find the right mixture of materials to create a condom with the right elasticity and resistance. In fact Aoni is the result of a $100,000 fund investment from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Research about condoms isn't simply a way to make sex more fun; otherwise Bill Gates wouldn't give all this money away. The main reason is that condoms aren't a good habit between men yet and when that doesn't happen because of cultural taboos, they are often avoided because of the way the affect the sex performance. Any excuse.
Condoms are the easiest and most effective way to have safe sex and avoid STD's and unwanted pregnancies, so all kinds of innovation in condom production are welcome.
Sadly Aoni for now is only available in Asia but you -pure safe pleasure seekers around the world- don't have to be sad for long, as the developers are already thinking of going international in the near future!