posted on Dec, 8 2012 @ 01:21 AM
As interesting as this is, it does seem a little pointless...
If you use a condom/diafram you'll be protected against HIV and other STIs, if you don't you won't be protected. Does it matter if the condom is made
of latex or nano-fibres?
I can see that having anti-HIV drugs impregnated within the nano-fibres could be good if the condom breaks, but do you really want to be dosing
yourself up with anti HIV drugs everytime you have sex? Those things when taken orally are pretty hardcore and even though this is a topical
application both male and female skin in those areas are fairly absorptive and thin. I honestly can't see it saving significantly more lives than what
condoms and diaphrams do already.
And what's the point of it 'disappearing' anyway. One of the few good things about condoms (on a practical level I mean) is that it holds in the
edit on 8/12/2012 by 1littlewolf because: (no reason given)