There's a lot we already know about condoms: their ability to prevent STDs and pregnancy; their various styles, colors, and textures; their uncanny ability to break at the worst moments. Like how condoms evolved, how many are given out to Olympian athletes, whether Magnums are really all they're cracked up to be As early as the s, animal-based condoms were available to the public… for a price. One condom could easily cost a US prostitute three months' pay. So, condoms got reused.
Only 5 percent of men around the world wear condoms. Keep in mind, this is a cross section of a variety of different countries that may or may not have easy access to contraception. But still, 5 percent is low. Really low. Especially considering the goal is percent. There are four different kinds of condoms.
Although the stigma around sex and sexual health has improved positively over the last 50 years, there is still some way to go. Especially for the stigma that women face buying and carrying condoms. Instead, we need to focus on the fact that condoms, when used correctly, make a huge and significant difference in sexual health. Animal intestines such as those of the lamb were also used.