Even as the Delhi Metro installs vending machines to sell condoms, an Indian scientist is hard at work to design the Next Gen one
A 31-year-old Pune-based writer, who does not want to be named, has no use for any newfangled innovative condom design. “My husband is of a certain size that makes sex painful even after 13 years," she explains her predicament. To address the issue—which wasn’t solved even by generous application of KY Jelly, a lubricant meant to ease intercourse—they began to use the “Comfort Fit" of a leading brand and hit their sweet spot as far as this product is concerned. It helped that the condom is the couple’s preferred method of contraception (“We can check for tears, later").