Do you remember how DVDs used to have that advert before the menu screen warning you against video piracy? "You wouldn't steal a car..." yadda yadda yadda.
Those always pissed me off. I've already legally purchased the DVD, so why am I being punished with this insufferable advert, on the very disc that literally proves I haven't commited the crime it's speaking of?
I was reminded of this when I read about a new prototype condom that will change colour when it comes in to contact with an STI. Jesus Christ! I'm finally getting laid AND using protection! Why ruin it by telling the girl I've got Chlamydia (I'm speaking hypothetically of course) when the prophylactic on my junk ensures I won't transmit it anyway?!
But I digress. A group of teens nabbed the top health and innovation prize at the TeenTech Awards with their chameleon condoms. When the rubber comes into contact with an infection, it changes colour to let you know you're a dirty little bastard who's failed to strap one on one too many times. Better yet, it's colour-coded: Green for chlamydia, yellow for herpes, purple for human papillomavirus, or blue for syphilis.
If and when these become the norm, you might be halfway through a fuck session when you're dick turns yellow, letting you know that you or your partner has herpes, thus killing the moment forever.
Thanks a lot nerdy teens.
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