New Condom Requires 4 Hands to Open it Up

A new condom is taking the meaning of consent to the next level and stopping anyone who may try and skirt around it. An Argentinian brand has created a condom that would require four hands to open it up.

Consumers would need to both place hands on the box, each pressing two different buttons simultaneously. It is called the consent pack.

"If they don't say yes, it means no," the tagline reads.

The condom was created by BBDO Argentina for Tulipan, creators of sex toys and sexual-health products.

"Why can't this box be opened with two hands? Because that's how consent works in relationships," reads the companies Facebook page.

"Tulipan has always spoken of safe pleasure, but for this campaign we understood that we had to talk about the most important thing in every sexual relationship -- pleasure is possible only if you both give your consent," BBDO's Joaquin Campins said in a statement. 

If you're looking to purchase the product and instill more trust in your sexual life, you'll need to wait a bit. The condoms are limited-edition and are currently only being placed in bars and events around Buenos Aires.

The condom is currently being shared around social media under the hashtag #PlacerConsentido, or "permitted pleasure."

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