Thought of the Day: Contraception

Condom companies technically kill their future customers.

The male contraceptive sheath, also known as a condom, has a long history of use. The ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans used linen sheaths as a form of birth control, and the first documented use of a condom made from animal tissue (bladder or intestine) was in the 16th century.

It is said that the invention of the first modern rubber condoms was attributed to Goodyear and Hancock, who independently developed the process of vulcanization in 1839, which made rubber more elastic and durable.

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