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 …

Sustainable Condoms

Fair trade, sustainable and free of nitrosamine and parabens, Sustain Natural’s condoms are triple-tested for resiliency. Made from natural latex, they avoid chemicals that are irritating while remaining FDA-cleared. Sustain Natural also pays fair wages, and helps provide free education and healthcare for the community from where their rubber is sourced.

Los Angeles Queer Biennial 2018: What if Utopia

A celebration and coming together of culture and community in DTLA

by Kyle Raymond Fitzpatrick Running through Pride month in Los Angeles, the third incarnation of the Queer Biennial is currently underway, bringing together artists from around the world to activate the city’s communities through LGBTQ+ art. Set to the titular theme “What If Utopia,” the Biennial’s various programs seek to define what a queer paradise could be. From nude dinner parties with drag queens to …