Condoms Specifically for Anal Sex Approved by FDA
The human pooper shooter was not designed for sexual activity. 🤮🤢 That area is laced with all sorts of yucky bacteria, for one thing.
I can’t believe that people who mock adults for being celibate, whether by choice or by circumstance, will never mock the notion of people sticking things up their own, or other people’s a-holes for sexual purposes, which is much more mock-worthy (it’s also gross).
Health experts say FDA authorization may increase condom usage during anal intercourse and reduce sexually transmitted infections
The United States Food and Drug Administration has authorized the use of ONE Condoms during anal intercourse to reduce sexually transmitted infections. This is the first time the agency has approved a condom specifically for use during anal sex.
Feb 24, 2022
By Yaron Steinbuch
The US Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday announced its first-ever authorization of a condom specifically intended for anal sex to help reduce transmission of sexually transmitted infections.
The patootie prophylactics by Boston-based manufacturer Global Protection Corp. will be marketed as the One Male Condom, the agency said.
…The FDA said that it had never before “cleared or approved condoms specifically indicated for anal intercourse.”
“Unprotected anal intercourse carries the greatest sexual exposure risk of HIV transmission. Consistent and correct condom use has the potential to significantly help decrease the risk of STIs,” it said.
“While today’s authorization underscores the public health importance of condoms tested and labeled specifically for anal intercourse, all other FDA-cleared condoms can continue to be used for contraception and STI prevention,” the FDA added.
Courtney Lias, an official with the agency’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health, said that “the risk of STI transmission during anal intercourse is significantly higher than during vaginal intercourse.”
“The FDA’s authorization of a condom that is specifically indicated, evaluated and labeled for anal intercourse may improve the likelihood of condom use during anal intercourse,” she said.
“Furthermore, this authorization helps us accomplish our priority to advance health equity through the development of safe and effective products that meet the needs of diverse populations,” Lias added.