New Zealand’s government knows not all people have the same sexual demands. That’s why their drug agency Pharmac plans to expand their range of subsidized prophylactics:
The Government drug-funding agency has started consulting with stakeholders on its proposal to add a wider range of condoms on its pharmaceutical schedule – including narrow (49mm nominal width), wide (55mm and 60mm nominal widths) and flavored condoms.
“We recognised there might be a need for a wider range,” Pharmac manager of funding and procurement Steffan Crausaz said.
New Zealand’s isn’t the first government to introduce flavored condoms into their arsenal. China and Ethiopia both offer tasty treats. Sweet corn dominates in China, while Ethiopians go crazy for coffee flavor.