Do Condoms Have Little Holes That Sperm Can Travel Through?


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Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Condoms have holes it happen with me
Bree Bellows Profile
Bree Bellows answered
Where in the world did you hear that from... That would defeat the purpose of a condom, a condom is meant to stop you from getting std's and pregnant not help you... 
Lisa  Punch Profile
Lisa Punch answered
No they do not but they can break and cause pregnancy and other sexual transmitted diseases
Louise Joy Profile
Louise Joy answered
Not necessary, but certain circumstances can make these holes. Make sure they aren't old condoms, don't have grease or fat on your hands before touching one (ie even eating a packet of crisps).

Edit - I meant to write make sure they AREN'T old condoms. Old condoms, kept in a pocket or whatever for a long time can rub and cause small holes.
bianca detovilla Profile
Yes. Fact: Latex condoms have tiny intrinsic holes called “voids.” The AIDS virus is 50 times smaller than these tiny holes which  makes it easy for the virus to pass through them, (1) about as easy as a dime passing through a basketball hoop.

Conclusion: Telling somebody to put a mere balloon between their health and a deadly disease is irresponsible. It’s like telling someone it’s okay to drink and drive as long as they wear a seat belt.

(1) Dr. C. M. Roland, editor of Rubber Chemistry and Technology, letter to the editor, The Washington Times, 4/22/92, p. G-2
Winter Profile
Winter answered
No, where did you get that idea?
Yoshii Profile
Yoshii answered
No. Now some females may put holes in them to get purposely pregnant with the guy they have sex with but that's only if they are that way other than that, no condoms shouldn't have holes.
Ray Ottewell Profile
Ray Ottewell answered
Derr no they don't get sold with them, but if you have got a pin, I am sure you can put some in yourself.

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