Scrotal Condom, best form of birth control Nigeria needs to curb its rapid growth in population
Condom is too expensive. So here is something for the common man – Scroguard: A Scrotal Condom! Scrotal Condom is a revolutionary product that “is designed to cover the skin in the genital area that is not covered by a condom. It is worn with any condom to reduce skin-to-skin contact in the typically uncovered scrotum and pubic region.”
It is designed to be used by men only, “men with a high sex drive who enjoy sexual variety.” This is how it is used, according to the manufacturer, Scroguard:
1. Put Scroguard on
Before sex, put on Scroguard. Fasten the two buttons securely into place.
2. Put condom on
When ready, put on a condom, being sure to tuck the base of the condom inside Scroguard. Optional: Use an elastic cock ring for a tigher fit.
3. Make love
After sex, unfasten the two buttons of Scroguard and remove. Then pull the condom of.
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The Huffington Post thinks that “this might be the best form of birth control to hit the market yet — because nobody will have sex with you if you wear it.”
This may be good news for Nigeria. Nigerian population is skyrocketing. 18-years ago, Nigerian population was 140m, according to the 2006 Census figures. Today, it is between 160 – 170 million. According to a United Nations report, world population is projected to reach 9.6 billion by 2050, and “rapid growth is expected to continue over the next few decades in countries with high levels of fertility such as Nigeria.” And they project that “Nigeria’s population is expected to surpass that of the United States before 2050.”
Scrotal Condom may be the best form of birth control to stop the spirally growth in Nigerian population. That is the good news. But the bad news: Scrotal Condom isn’t officially designed to protect against STDs like herpes. Or something far worse than herpes: Ebola. Oops!
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