Latex or polyurethane membrane used to shield the penis against skin - to - skin and contact and sharing of body fluids during penetrative and oral sex in order to guard against pregnancy and transmission of STI's, including HIV. Animal intestines have also been used as condoms, however the membrane of this type of condom has not been shown to block the transmission of certain STI's, including HIV.
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