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IN Weird ON 20 Feb, 2016
The United States celebrates 14th February as National Condom Day along with Valentine's Day. National Condom day is celebrated to aware the generation about safe sex and preventions of HIV.
All we know is just about the condom brands, Kamasutra, SKYN, Durex, Manforce, Magnum and vast range of condom flavors. But there are much more behind the condom history.
Here you get to know about 11 facts about condom from the history.
SKYN condom brand's research states that our ancestors used sheathed penis for safe intercourse.
Earlier, condoms were made of linen pieces. The Roman Empire used to promote linen condoms for safe sex.
Asian used glans condoms made of intestines or oiled paper in 1400s.
A majority of condoms were created from animals' intestines and bladder parts. Linen condoms arrived as a relief in the late 1700s.
Casanova from "History of My Life" revealed the art of blowing and inspecting condom before use. It actually resulted in no unwanted pregnancies.
In 1897, condoms with Queen Victoria's face were highly popular. The manufacturers started selling condoms with queen's face for promotion.
First rubber condom was produced in 1855. Research states that these condoms were as thick as a bicycle's inner tube.
Condoms became legal all over the US in 1918. By the year 1920, the condom became $ex identity.
The UK launched first lubricated condom in 1957. It was definitely a good news for the Casanova of that era.
LifeStyles launched condoms in bulk to prevent epidemic HIV and sexually transmitted diseases.
Condom manufacturers began developing advanced and flavored condoms in 1990. Since then the condom industry has manufactured a vast range of fancy condoms.
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