Malaysian Gynaecologist Invented The World's First Unisex Condom For Safer Sex
Gynaecologist based in Malaysia called John Tang Ing Chinh invented the world's first unisex condom. He is confident that the new product that can be worn by men and women can serve as another avenue for people to practice safe sex.
According to Tang, the condom is made from medical-grade materials commonly used to dress wounds like polyurethane. It works just like any other condom would! "It's basically a regular condom with an adhesive covering. It attaches to the vagina or penis, as well as covers the adjacent area for extra protection," he said.
The doctor explained that the condom has only one side with an adhesive, but it can be reversed and used by either individual according to their preference. The product has gone through many rounds of clinical research and tests, so it will most likely be available for the public to purchase by the end of 2021.
According to Wondaleaf's website, the condom's default configuration is as an internal condom but it can be converted into an external one by just inverting the pouch. The Wondaleaf condom will be sold for US$3.60 (RM14.99) for a box of 2 condoms, accompanied by lubricant sachets and retention gauzes.