Condoms, etc., part II

Hard not to pass this one up:
Called the Hotshot, the condom has been produced after government research showed 12 to14-year-olds did not use sufficient protection when having sex.

Family planning groups and the Swiss Aids Federation campaigned to have the Hotshot produced after a number of studies, including the government study researched at the Centre for Development and Personality Psychology at Basel University.
Pause. Wait for blood pressure to recede.

On what other planet does the fact that 12-year-old boys are having sex without condoms constitute "risky behavior," but the mere fact that 12-year-old boys are having sex does not?
Nancy Bodmer, who headed the research, said: "The result that shocked us concerned young boys who display apparently risky behaviour. They have more of a tendency not to protect themselves. They do not have a very developed sexual knowledge. They do not understand the consequences of what they are doing and leave the young girls to take care of the consequences.
See previous post on the money trail. Only this time, Switzerland's leading condom manufacturer, Lamprecht AG, gets a shot at the profits before the abortionists. Tee-rific.

Furthermore, Lamprecht has its sights set on UK children:
Nysse Norballe, a spokesman for the company Lamprecht AG, said the “hotshot” condom is only produced in Switzerland, but “the UK is certainly a very attractive market since there is a very high rate of underage conception. The UK would definitely be top priority if we marketed abroad.”
Only in a world where sex is made virginal and virginity is mocked would we see Lamprecht's "attractive market" as anything other than preying on children for profit.

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