The proposal of an ultra-thin condom made from graphene and latex brings design of the contraceptive into the 21st century. We have yet to see a prototype, but the developers at the University of Manchester said the thinnest and strongest condom ever made would enhance sensation during sex, which they hope will encourage more condom use.
As for the graphene condom, Graphene is a form of carbon that has been touted a miracle material, can be one-atom thick the strongest ever measured and a replacement for silicone. James Hone, an engineering professor from Columbia University, said it was so strong that it would take an elephant, balanced on a pencil, to break through a sheet of graphene the thickness of Saran Wrap. The plan at Manchester is to combine graphene with latex, currently the main material used in making condoms, to make their own. But will enhancing sensation really make people use condoms more?
How graphene condom produced?
By mixing graphene with latex in condoms that retain more pleasure during sexual intercourse, and the graphene condom will therefore be more attractive for men to use.
Many men remain hesitant to using condoms because they reduce friction and thus pleasure in sex, but since graphene’s properties allow the condom to be thinner, it can introduce heat during sexual intercourse, and also create a larger surface area to introduce anti-HIV drugs, a senior scientific researcher from condom manufacturer.
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