Officials found 324,000 used sheaths ready to be rinsed and reshaped before being packaged and sold to unsuspecting customers.
State Rep. Anna Eskamani jokingly added that she was open to "dialogue" about her face being put on other objects.
Decades of U.S. sanctions have led Cubans to become inventive with their prophylactics.
The antiretroviral drug PrEP that can reliably cut the risk of contracting HIV has seen a rapid rise in popularity over the last few years, but condom use has also gone down.
The packaging assures users, "Your prince will come."
David Parirenyatwa, Zimbabwe's health minister, says condoms imported from China are too small for African men.
Custom-fit condoms are coming to a 3-D printer near you, thanks to the unscaled economy.
New species of grass tastes delicious, Australian scientists accidentally discover.
One hexagonal prophylactic has been endorsed by Charlie Sheen.
Indonesian authorities in parts of the Muslim-majority nation said the romantic tradition encourages casual sex and runs counter to cultural norms.
The dean of of New York's Cathedral of St. John the Divine argued that "scientific" birth control is no more "artificial" than many spiritual means to that end.
The move is likely to face fierce resistance from pro-life religious groups.
Side effects, drugs companies and societal roles all play their parts in holding back alternative forms of birth control.
The watchdog said councils should also distribute the contraceptives to sexually active gay men.
Thousands of counterfeit condoms have been seized in the U.K.
The Turkish leader said women who work and do not reproduce are "deficient."
A Kremlin-backed group issued a report blaming pro-sex lobby for HIV crisis.
The strategy was set up to address soaring pregnancy rates among teenagers from deprived backgrounds.
Pope Francis added that he still considers abortion a crime.
Will the U.K. pull out at the crucial moment?
A new draft law would designate only three countries Russian authorities could buy medical items from.