Creative Works By Shawn Lim January am Each pack contains three sizes of condoms from the Four Seasons Naked range, lubricant, female pleasure gel and a vibrating toy. Four Seasons Condoms wants millennials in Australia to start having safe and healthy sex again with the introduction of an in-pack education kit. The campaign introduces the Generation Intervention Pack, a limited-edition educational kit designed to equip parents to be surrogate-sex therapists and encourage their adult children to have sex. The pack was created in collaboration with sexologist Jacqueline Hellyer and contains 52 Ice Breaker cards for parents to have a conversation with their adult children, with the aim of helping them to navigate the world of modern dating and the understand the mental benefits. Each pack contains three sizes of condoms from the Four Seasons Naked range, lubricant, female pleasure gel and a vibrating toy. Working with YouTube and Twitch star Oren Hipwell, comedian and celebrated podcaster Tom Armstrong, and The Daily Talk Show, parents were filmed in real-time intervening and questioning their children on their sexual behaviour.
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India rattled by vibrating condom By Jyotsna Singh BBC News, Delhi The company says its product has been "well received" A vibrating condom has sparked a fierce debate in India, over whether it is a sex toy - which are banned - or a means of birth control. The controversial condom has caused outrage in the state of Madhya Pradesh, because a government-owned company is involved in marketing it. The pack of three condoms, branded as Crezendo, contains a battery-operated ring-like device. Critics say it is in fact a vibrator, and should therefore be banned.