Friday, March 5, 2010 | 8:47am
SOUND OFF: Is Marketing Mini Condoms For Pre-Teens Ethical?
As kids have sex at younger ages where should we draw the line between preaching prevention and giving spankings?
While many African Americans boast to be in the constant persuit of a larger condom that fits our mythically large anatomy a Swiss condom company has begun marketing a smaller condom aimed at pre-teens. While the average condom is 2 inches wide, these new condoms called “Hotshots” are 1.7 inches in width and engineered to fit still developing boys who are having sex. They make sure they have plenty of protection for it. That’s right! They condone the sex practices of their youth so much that they have a condom just for their little premature private member.
The debate about distribution of condoms in High Schools has been a hot topic now for two decades but with age kids begin to have sex drastically lower than it was 20 years ago the Prevention vs. Advocating Sex debate has shifted.
If kids are having sex at 10, 11, 12 years old, should Condom Manufacterers beging to produce condom lines to cater to them? Is it ethical? At such a young age should what should be the message? Protect Yourself or Wait?! SOUND OFF!