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  • June 27 17:13 PM
Colour changing condoms to detect STD’s

Three young students from London won the British Teen Tech Awards 2015, for inventing condoms which detected STD’s by changing its colour the moment it came in contact with sexually transmitted infections.

Muaz Nawaz (13), Daanyaal Ali (14) and Chirag Shah (14) are the three young boys who have invented this outstanding product for making people more responsible while having sex. Speaking on their innovation young Daanyaal Ali told a leading newspaper in UK, “We wanted to create something that makes detecting harmful STI’s 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.”

The condom is said to detect different viruses when it comes in contact with the bacteria. It will turn green for Chlamydia, yellow for Herpes, purple for human papillomavirus and blue for Syphilis. Now random hook-ups can be safe too, incase you have always been shy to ask your partner if he or she carried any of the viruses.

Be safe and wait till these colour changing condoms make their way to the supermarkets near you.