The World’s First Unisex Condom, Wondaleaf

John Tang Ing Chinh, a Malaysian gynecologist at Twin Catalyst, has created the world’s first unisex condom: Wondaleaf. Made from medical-grade polyurethane (often used for dressing wounds), Wondaleaf functions like a regular condom but features a reversible adhesive side, allowing the condom to accommodate different partners. This flexible and stretchy material also means it covers more of the pubic area than regular condoms, offering better …

Revolutionary Self-Lubricating Condoms

Other than gimmicky changes like colors, textures and flavors, condoms have remained relatively the same over the past 50 years—Lelo‘s efforts at a structural overhaul with HEX aside. However, a new self-lubricating condom, designed as part of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s competition, might just revolutionize the industry. Created to encourage safer sex, this condom remains lubricated for “1,000 cycles (scientific speak for thrusts), which …

Sex Essentials Kit 7

Emphasizing high-design and all-gender usage, Maude’s reminding consumers that safe sex can be elegant while exciting. With their Kit 7, they’ve paired a 100% soft-touch, three-speed silicone personal massaging “vibe” with ultra-thin lubricated latex condoms (easy to open) and their shine organic lubricant. It comes complete with a natural canvas travel pouch perfect to stow it all in.