New condoms change colors in the presence of an STD

Whether you call them STIs, STDs, or anything else, the important thing to remember is that they do exist. For years, protection against STIs has progressively improved, and now, two students have taken it one step further so that you and your partner can too.

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Muaz Nuaz, Daanyaal Ali, and Chirag Shah from the Issac Newton Academy in London developed the concept of what’s called the ‘S.T.EYE.’ At only thirteen and fourteen years old, these students have developed the concept for color changing condoms that glow a specific color dependant upon a corresponding STI being present.
The color key is as follows:
Green – Chlamydia
Yellow – Herpes
Purple – Human Papilloma virus
Blue – Syphilis
Just think of it as a fun game, and you’re certain to have a good ol’ time. Essentially it’s like a mood ring for your manhood, but if it changes colors, ‘happy’ wont be an option.

With their innovative new condoms, these three students won first prize at the TeenTech Awards, a competition focused on the development of inventions that help the world.
Remember, always practice safe sex. But, now you can be even safer. Enjoy your love making responsibly, you filthy animals ;)

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