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Thursday, July 30, 2015
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Meet, Greet, and Eat w/ International escort and activist Valentino Bonaire at DIK Bar in Washington DC this Monday July 20th
6-8PM, DIK Bar (1637 17th St. NW)
An opportunity to meet other men working in the sex industry, including international escort and activist Valentino Bonaire. Join other men working in the sex industry every third Monday this summer for free bites and chat together about life, love and work. The event is free. Food is provided.
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Ilford, United Kingdom – Three students from London’s Issac Newton Academy are helping to create a cleaner sexual environment.
Muaz Nawaz, Daanyaal Ali and Chirag Shah are creating what will be known as the “smart” condom called the “S.T.EYE,” The Independent reports.
This condom could possibly revolutionize how people can detect if they have a sexually transmitted disease without even getting tested.
“We wanted to make something that make detecting harmful STI’s (sexually transmitted infections) safer than ever before, so that people can take immediate action in the privacy of their own homes without the invasive procedures at the doctors,” Daanyaal Ali told The Independent.
The condoms glow a different color in the dark if an STD is detected. Reports show that the condom uses a built-in-indicator that changes color when a bacteria or infection is detected.
- Green may indicate chlamydia
- Yellow for herpes
- Purple for human papillomavirus
- Blue for syphilis
This condom creation earned the teens the top innovation prize at the Teen Tech Awards. They also received money and a trip to Buckingham Palace.
According to reports, the condom is not available yet, it is just a concept for now.
The Centers for Disease and Control and Prevention says ways to help prevent STD's are through condoms, reducing number of sex partners, abstinence, mutual monogamy and vaccination.