There are probably some lesbians who might consider penises as pests.
I guess if you have a latex allergy you're screwed... no wait, I guess if you have a latex allergy you're NOT screwed.
If it's sprayed on (I imagine it sticks to the skin), how do you remove it? (Paint thinner???) And where's does the sperm goes when you cum??
I think I'll just continue to use the tried and true condom type. And as Sirkowski points out, where does the ejaculate go? Does the device know that you need a bit of room at the end of the condom?
I just shared this article with everyone near me in the coffee shop. No one offered to try this with me.
What if you don't get an even coverage? Would you have to turn all the lights on to make sure you're doing it right? This really seems like a dumb product and much less idiot proof than a plain, old condom.
@5, it's obviously time for you to go to the Bellevue Avenue Institute for Condom Rigor to conduct several rounds of testing.
You are dreadfully unfunny.
How about a spray on pussy blocker?
How easy is the stuff to remove afterwards?
@6: Drop it.
This is your brain.
This is your brain on SLOG.
For those worried about getting the latex off afterwards that's usually pretty easy as long as you were careful about hair getting caught in it (that would suck).
My concern is the lack of space for the ejaculate as mentioned by other posters. But also the fact that any liquid latex I've encountered has a good amount of ammonia and sulfur and needs to be aired out before use.
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