Archive for October, 2009

4 reasons to buy Trojan Ecstasy Condom

Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

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Ecstasy is a magical experience.  According to www.WiKipedia.com

Ecstasy is subjective experience of total involvement of the subject, with an object of his or her awareness.”

No wonder Trojan came out with a new line of condoms named “Ecstasy”. The main purpose of them is not to get in the way of your senses during sex. Trojan promises you will feel the pleasure and not the condom.

So, why do you need to try them instead of condoms you are using? What is so different about them?

1. They come from Trojan family of condoms, the best condom brand in the world of condoms. They not only birth control and STDs protection, but also they designed with your physical satisfaction in mind.

2. Trojan Ecstasy Condoms have a new tapered base almost 1/3 of the length of the condom for secure fit. The loose fit on the top makes movement more free and safe. It helps to achieve feeling that is more natural because nerve endings can become more sensitive.

3. Another innovation is that Trojan Ecstasy Condoms textured around the base and the head. This makes sure that the enjoyment will not end for a while!

4. Trojan does not stop with new design and name assigned. As promised, it delivers 3 different varieties for this particular line “Trojan Her Pleasure Ecstasy condoms”, “Trojan Ribbed Ecstasy” “Trojan Magnum Ecstasy Condoms” to fulfill everybody’s needs.

What is the difference between those 3 models?

All of them tapered at the base. All of them design with texture along the length of the condom. The Her Pleasure Ecstasy condoms designed with women’s vaginal and clitoral stimulation in mind. The Ribbed Ecstasy condoms have deeper ribs at the base. The Magnum condoms are made for guys who are Blessed.

All of Trojan Ecstasy condoms made with from premium latex, and lubricated with high-grade silicone inside the condom.

Birth Control Pill versus Condom

Saturday, October 24th, 2009

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There is a big news in birth control prevention statistics – usage of condoms leveled up with usage of birth control pill among sexually active adults.  According to  Britain’s  Office of National Statistics Percentage of women using Condoms versus Birth Control Pills last year was accordingly 24/28;  this year 28/25.

One of the reasons responsible for change could be an active national campaign encouraging women to use condoms. The same report mentioned that 3 out of 4 women use some kind of birth control.

Buy Condoms in Russia

Wednesday, October 14th, 2009

It was a famous saying in Russia (at the time of Soviet Union), “There is no SEX in Russia”. It was taken out of TV discussion between Phil Donahue and Russian TV audience. Well, what they meant, was  – any mention about sex was completely forbidden in media and public life. Condoms were extremely not popular. STDs were on a rise and then came AIDS.

 

Condom manufacturing started in Russia in 1930s. It was made by the same company that made gas masks. Gas masks were named Product #1 (it was considered a part of Personal Protection Equipment package and was a secret product) Condoms were named Product #2. They were extremely thick and had an awful smell. This is a typical example of Soviet Era Condom

Those days you can buy any brand of condoms in Russia. Prices vary, but they are compatible to the prices in USA.

Condoms in Africa protect blind people against AIDS

Sunday, October 11th, 2009

In Zimbabwe, Association for Disabled People insists for condom description to be done in Braille to assist the blind people to have “safe sex”.

In addition, activist’s voices raised to warn that blind people are going to be exterminated since   many of them are buying expired condoms.

“We will surely be exterminated by the Aids pandemic. The notion that people with visual impairments do not engage in sexual activities hence should be left out of programmes on HIV/AIDS should be dismissed with the contempt it deserves,” says one of them to Sunday News.

“We are also sexually active or even more active than able-bodied people and we need the same protection from the Aids scourge.”

The Braille is a language that used by blind people to read and write. Braille founded by a blind person Louis Braille in 1821.

To make matters worse, some people in Zimbabwe think that if you are intimate with a person with disabilities, you will be cured from HIV/AIDS.

Aids Awareness Kawasaki style

Wednesday, October 7th, 2009


In Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan, people celebrate the Kanamara Matsuri or “The Penis Festival.” Kawasaki is located within 20 minute train ride from Tokyo, between Tokyo and Yokohama. It celebrated around a local shrine, shaped like penis, where it was common among prostitutes to pray for protection against STD and AIDS. This festival became a tour highlight. It usually takes place first Sunday in April.This  festival raises funds for AIDS research.

5 Rules on Travel with Sex Toys

Monday, October 5th, 2009

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Going through an airport security is annoying enough. You want to avoid any embarrassing questions from custom employees about strange subjects in your luggage. In order to avoid it, if you are traveling with your sex toys in your luggage, follow those 5 simple rules:

1. Remove the batteries. Your toy can be in OFF mode, but can be switched to ON position, just by shake or knock .

2. Pack your toy in a clear zip-locked plastic bag. By doing that, nobody will physically touch the toy and it will stay hygienic.

3. Put adult toys in checked luggage. Your carry-on bags are checked in front of you and the crowd of strangers.

4. Sex toys are forbidden in some parts of the world (for example Thailand ). Some of USA states have restrictions too. Look up information on those restrictions at your destination.

5. Buy a sex toy for travel. If it gets lost or stolen you will not feel as bad as loosing your favorite or expensive toy.