Successful Implementation of Birth Control in Emerging Nations

…comes up a little…well

Condoms a big problem for men in India
Most men’s *p-words* are an inch too short for popular prophylactics
Condoms designed to meet international size specifications are too big for many Indian men as their *p-words* fall short of what manufacturers had anticipated, an Indian study has found.
The Indian Council of Medical Research, a leading state-run center, said its initial findings from a two-year study showed 60 percent of men in the financial capital Mumbai had *p-words* about 1 inch shorter than those condoms catered for.
For a further 30 percent, the difference was at least 2 inches. A poor fit meant the prophylactics often didn’t do the job they were bought for, and led to some tearing or slipping off during use.

Sounds as if the research was…inadequate. Of course, who do you send out to do the survey in the first place?

I hope all the snickering and gloating in other countries doesn’t affect the national psyche.
*Edited to protect the children.

9 Responses to “Successful Implementation of Birth Control in Emerging Nations”

  1. Nope. Ken’s tagline IS spiffier, I’ll give you that.

  2. Mr. Bingley says:

    He’s just trying to curry favor.

  3. John says:

    IIRC, and I do, Japanese condoms come up a short and tight. Restrictive of blood flow tight. Ouch.
    But it’s one more market that the Japanese are poised to exploit…

  4. The_Real_JeffS says:

    Which p-word did you edit out, THS?

  5. Mr. Bingley says:

    No wonder they excel at making things so tiny…

  6. “Pendulous Protuberance”, Jeff.

  7. The_Real_JeffS says:


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