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Hi :o)

I first came into this device on the great cervicalbarriers.org site. And then saw the 2 pages for it on the muvs site =

From the same site, here is what one can read on another corner of the said nice site =
"One of our favourite items is the mysterious “Lily“ latex condom for women produced by “Shanghai Lily Life Rubber Product Ltd.“ and distributed by Chinese family planing services. With a little imagination its appearance reminds you of a sea anemona. We are not even sure which way up it should be used (where is the top?). Being a cervical barrier it’s more or less a diaphragm, a fact supported by its usage together with a cream. None of our efforts to gain further information or additional samples has been successful so far. Any helpful hints would be most welcome!"

Really strange! Feels like some honey would flow from it ;).. also looks like the vaginal walls, well a little.
Does any of you would know it?
Cheers x
iudmamaiudmama on February 17th, 2014 06:15 am (UTC)
Interesting! My guess is that it is a cervical cap of sorts and the scalloped edge fits over the cervix. It looks like it is intended to grip the cervix, rather than forming a seal. Or maybe the petals fold up and around the cervix (like fliping a cup inside out)? Kind of strange. I wonder what the success rate is?
The shape reminds me a little of this: http://www.origamicondoms.com/#!male-condom/c1e2z
Quitteriequitterie on February 25th, 2014 06:24 pm (UTC)
Hi again iudmama :D
I am grateful for your insight, ah even though I must admit am not sure to get all of your reasoning. -But it's certainly because English isn't my mother tongue. ;o)-

And thank you for this link to the Origami condoms! I don't think I ever saw these before. The male one looks promising, especially for the man's pleasure I guess.
Cheers x