Featured presenters tomorrow at the Erotic Literary Salon – author Sam Rosenthal reading from his new Queer erotica novel, “Rye” and Murmuration, a classical improvisational ensemble. Early evening talk on the use of the word Queer, given by Sam Rosenthal, a self identified Queer.
There is a female condom already being marketed, but there is definitely room for improvement. If this one works I believe more women will take the initiative to protect themselves and not leave it up to their partner.
“The ORIGAMI Female Condom™ (OFC) is a female-initiated concept designed to enhance sensation for both partners, improve ease of use, improve safety, improve direct tactile sensation, minimize slipping and breaking, and to accommodate a range of penis sizes. The condom material and its inherent design provides telescopic folding, expansion and contraction, that creates an internal reciprocating motion of the penis consistent with natural intercourse performance.
Unlike conventional animal skin, latex or nitrile (FC2) condoms, the OFC is fabricated by injection molded silicone. It validated at 100% biocompatible and 100% viral-impermeable through independent pre-clinical lab testing.
The OFC is inserted vaginally before intercourse. It is intended to provide a controlled strategy for contraception and prevention of HIV/AIDS, STD/STI.
To reach the market the condom must be reviewed by the FDA, the WHO and C-Mark to meet rigorous safety standards. The OFC is in clinical trials in San Francisco, CA in collaboration with the Women’s Global Health Imperative at RTI, International. Large-scale clinical trials will follow to determine its performance and safety. It is expected to reach the market in late 2015, pending regulatory approvals.”
Watch video: http://www.origamicondoms.com/#!female-condom/cxt7