Majority Of Indian Men Can’t Fill A Standard Condom?
December 8, 2006 (26 Responses)
A TWO YEAR STUDY containing over 1,200 volunteers from the length and breadth of the India who had their penises measured precisely, down to the last millimetre, has concluded that Indian men need smaller condoms made for them. Scientists even checked their sample was representative of India as a whole in terms of class, religion and urban and rural dwellers. The conclusion of all this scientific endeavour is that about 60% of Indian men have penises which are between three and five centimetres shorter than international standards used in condom manufacture.
This has led to a very high failure rate in the country (one in every five condoms fail, tear, fall off etc.) which presents quite a health problem, as well as an ego issue for the Men I’d guess. Smaller condoms are available in chemists, but it seems that Indian men are too embarrassed to ask for them.
As if that wasn’t problem enough, there seems to be a history in India of using condoms not for sex but for many other weird uses. Only 25% of condoms sold in India get used for sex. The rest get used as a tool in the making of saris, toys and bathroom slippers! The lubricant in the condoms make them a very handy gadget for sari weavers, who place the condoms on their thread spools to make the thread move faster through the sewing machines. The weavers are also using the lubricant to polish gold and silver threads in the cloth.
So – the condoms that are used are too big and keep falling off, and of those only 25% are used for sex. Given those odds it’s no surprise that the population is growing at such an exponential rate now is it?
I suppose this means that the next big thing over there will be penis extensions.