Although condoms are the safest method of protection against most STDs, men are not such big fans of them. They often blame them for being uncomfortable, difficult to fit, or for significantly decreasing the pleasure, so they often choose not to wear one. This is why ONE Condoms decided to design these indispensable tools into various shapes and sizes, so that they can fit on anyone without raising any difficulties.
Condoms can often be uncomfortable
Each man differs from each other from an anatomical point of view. Therefore, promoting condoms in a one-size-fits-all way is a bit difficult, since some men might feel uncomfortable. If they are better endowed than the average individual, they might find it difficult to wear a small condom. Even if it fits, it might be too tight, preventing the man from feeling any pleasure whatsoever.
However, the situation might work the other way around. The FDA regards condoms as medical devices, so it imposed some regulations on it. It required a length of at least 6.69, while the average dimension among Americans is 5.57. In case there remains some excessive material at the end of the condom, it can just be rolled. However, this is precisely why men find them uncomfortable, and often choose not to wear one.
Men can now choose from all shapes and sizes
Fortunately, ONE Condoms found a solution. The company designed a special line of products called myONE Perfect Fit, coming in a range of sizes varying from length and circumference. This line has 60 different sizes, which are not classified using inches. To avoid shaming, each type is described by means of letters and numbers.
Since the release of this condom line, the company has received an overwhelming amount of positive reviews. Over 90 percent of men who tried them were very happy with the results, and said they would definitely use them again.
All the typical discomfort associated with condom use was gone, and sex became a lot more enjoyable. Also, men were not the only ones excited about these condoms. Women were happy to see their partners willing to use protection, and to share the contraception responsibility.
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