Condoms too Big for Indian Men

A recent study over one thousand men in India has shown that condoms made to international sizes are far too large for the majority of them. Don’t forget to bring this up the next time your spouse criticises your size.

Female Doctor holding condomsOver half of the men that were surveyed had a penis which was shorter than the standard international size. This of course means that men in India are not getting the same sort of protection as the rest of the world. This has led to calls for new sizes of condom to be introduced in India.

The study was carried out by the Indian Council of Medical Research. They asked 1,200 volunteers from around the country to offer their penis up for measurement, and it was measured down to precisely the last millimetre. This can’t be good for their self-esteem. The researchers put a lot of effort into ensuring every person in their sample was representative of India, right the way down to religion.
The study concluded that over 60% of men could not fit into condoms properly, and they were around three to five centimetres shorter than international standards. As a result, it means the condom has a huge chance of falling off. This isn’t good as India already has the highest rate of HIV infection in the world.
There are smaller condoms available in India, but these are not readily available, and many people are embarrassed to ask their pharmacist about it. For this reason, many people are suggesting that vending machines are installed which distribute smaller condoms.

Of course, when it comes to pleasing their ladies, Indian Men shouldn’t worry. It’s not the size that counts, it’s what you do with the size.


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