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World's Oldest Condom
The oldest condom in the world to still exist was uncovered in Sweden and last used around 1640 AD, made from some pig intestine. The 377 year old crusted condom was apparently reusable and came with an owner’s manual written in Latin recommending washing it in warm milk after use, as if the scrodded lactose left in it by the jolly old ejaculating soul wasn’t milky enough !
Back then most condoms were made from fish and animal intestines for protecting “ye olde scrod” from infection and unwanted little ones. Today the choices are more abundant, from Vegan-non toxic contraceptives made from rubber trees, to Latex and Lambskin condoms, the latter made from sheep intestines, considered by many to be great for protection against unwanted pregnancies, but not the choice for protection against viral diseases. You also have Polyisoprene, a synthetic version of latex, and Polyurethane typess, which are thin plastic membranes believed to offer greater sensation and sensitivity because of their thinness. The choices are many, and one size does not fit all. For more information about the many nuances of protection you can read more here.