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Cruelty-Free Condoms

A new vegan condom company says that for every condom sold it will donate products to impoverished nations.

This week, Sir Richards, a new vegan condom company based in Boulder, Colo., announced that for every cruelty-free condom sold, it will donate one condom to help prevent pregnancy and the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. Sir Richards says that it is working with groups in Haiti, Thailand, and Uganda to dispense its products. The compassionate company is marketing its casein-free condoms towards the younger demographic, with a special focus on women and college students, using a modern, colorful, plaid print design and sleek logo. Currently, the company plans to distribute in eco-friendly grocery stores, with plans to become more widely available to consumers by October.

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