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Inventor designs inflating condom which swells up to boost ‘sexual pleasure value’ of small penises

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Inventor designs condom which swells up to boost 'sexual pleasure value' of small penises
A screenshot from the patent for a new type of condom which could prove very popular indeed

Life can be hard for men with small penises.

Now one Chinese inventor has thrown less-endowed males a bone after unveiling a new condom which doubles as a prosthetic which boosts ‘the sexual pleasure value’ of a tiny member.

A patent has been filed in China for a new kind of prophylactic which can be filled up to make the wearer’s willy feel and look larger.

Patent applications are the first stage in protecting an invention so it can be produced without being copied by rival companies.

To use the device, men just place it on as usual and place a strap around their testicles, which stops it falling off during sex.

It works a bit like a WonderBra and features a ‘sandwich layer’ which can be inflated or filled with various kinds of materials to make it stiffer, harder and larger – making it ideal for blokes suffering from erectile dysfunction.

Inventor designs condom which swells up to boost 'sexual pleasure value' of small penises
This drawing from the patent illustrates how the condom can be filled up to make its wearer’s penis feel larger
Inventor designs condom which swells up to boost 'sexual pleasure value' of small penises
It features a strap so it doesn’t fall off when worn by men with really tiny penises

The person who dreamed up this potentially game-changing sex gadget said current condoms do not make a ‘male mighty’.

‘Condom do not help enough the hardness of the penis to meet the needs of female sex object and improve the technical issues of sexual pleasure value,’ they wrote in the patent.

The invention effectively increases the ‘thickness, rigidity and length of the penis wearing the condom’.

This is the first time the condom entrepreneur has come up with an idea to improve people’s sex lives.

Previously, he had filed patents for a ‘fish electronic tracing’ system and an ‘intelligent taxi’ which lets passengers track their journey more effectively.

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