That said, and more to the point of the article, condoms could be a whole lot better. Don't get me wrong, there have been improvements. Polyurethane and polyisoprene condoms have helped people with latex allergies. TheyFit condoms have made it easier for some men to find a comfortable product. Some people adore the female condom. But condoms aren't fun for everyone. Some people hate them and won't use them, and as the L.A. Weekly article suggests, not nearly enough money has been spent on making them better.
It would be great if that would change. In the mean time, let me know if you've found a condom that makes safe sex more fun. While you're at it, do you have any suggestions about what companies could do to make condoms better? If so, leave a comment below.