Frankly, I'm surprised that nerdy condoms like this don't actually exist. Not because I want to use them or anything, but because I'm sure that someone hilariously would.
A Chinese company recently took the Guinness World Records for the world's thinnest latex condom. It comes in at 0.036 millimeters.
I would say these condoms are razor thin, but it seems they are thinner than that. As CondomSizes.org explains, the average thickness of human hair is 0.06 millimeters. At 0.01 millimeters, these Japanese condoms are the thinnest in the world.
Chinese police just busted two factory owners and some of their workers in a fake condom operation. This is seriously bad and nasty.
Ready those "F*cks of the North Star" jokes, because the iconic manga is now helping people practice safe sex.
While it can't be that long until we see something more official along these lines, for now, artist Benedetto Papi's ideas for Star Wars condoms are as close to Galactic contraception as we're going to get.
I always figured practicing safe sex in 8-bit was as easy as defeating Condom Man and stealing his powers. Not so says the Leicestershire Teenage Pregnancy Partnership. There's also jumping involved.