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Anti-Rape Condom To Be Tested During World Cup
If you ask me, rapists are just about the lowest form of humanity, sharing that title with murderers and deadbeat dads. In order to help prevent these scumbags from getting their jollies at the expense of their defenseless female victims, Dr. Sonnet Ehlers has created the Rape-aXe.
In all honesty, its description happens to make me quite squeamish, so I’ll let OneIndia describe this breakthrough product to you instead:
Dr Sonnet Ehlers, who sold her home and car to develop the condom known as Rape-aXe in 2005, is handing them out at World Cup venues, and after the trial period they will be available for 2 dollars each.
The latex condom, which a woman can insert like a tampon, has jagged rows of hooks on the inside, and they work by attaching to a man’s penis during penetration.
And once attached it can only be removed by a doctor, and Dr Ehlers hopes it will make it easy for the authorities to make arrests.
“It hurts, he cannot pee and walk when it’s on. If he tries to remove it, it will clasp even tighter… however, it doesn’t break the skin, and there’s no danger of fluid exposure,” News.com.au quoted her as saying. [OneIndia]
Damn! Now that is one punishment that appears to fit the crime. However, I do fear for the male whose girlfriend forgets to remove the Rape-aXe prior to their “love-making session.”
Question: Would you engage in “consensual sex” with Larissa Riquelme if she were wearing the Rape-Axe? It is a tougher decision than you may think.
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