Made-in-Japan condoms  

rm_ayumu1977 40M
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1/21/2006 5:00 am

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Made-in-Japan condoms

Did you know that the use-by date for condoms is usually 5 years? It is the case, at least, for made-in-Japan condoms.

Japanese condoms are said to be the world's greatest. They are not only tough (I mean, they won't break) but also very thin.

I hear Western condoms are tough but thick, because the main idea of using condoms is to prevent STDs. Contraception is already done by women on the pill.

In Japan, where contraceptive pills were only recently legalized (in 1999), condoms have been de facto the only means of contraception. That's why "naka-dashi" - ejaculation inside the vagina - is still one distinctive genre of Japanese porn videos. It's a big deal in Japan to load sperm into vagina.

This explains why condom-makers in Japan try to make it as thin as possible. The thicker a condom is, the less intense sexual pleasure is.

So when Japanese people are about to go abroad for study or work, they are often advised by friends already living abroad to bring condoms.

And I did when I left Japan more than three years ago. Since then, unfortunately, I didn't have a chance to use them. So I wonder if they are still usable. But five years! Phew!

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