###During a recent venture to my local grocery store, the wholesome kind with an elderly owner stocking fresh tofu at all hours, I was wandering the pharmacy aisle when something caught my eye: condoms. You may have noticed that Magnum condoms, Trojan’s plus-size product, are taking over the shelves.
Specifically, the types of condoms: of the five options on display, only two were regular Trojans. My friend, photographer Azikiwe Mohammed, certainly did: during a cross-country road trip, he began documenting every liquor and convenience store that stocked the jumbo latex – and found that nearly every one of them did.
Though you may want to keep the Magnums hidden in the back of the drawer, or you could wind up facing a question like: “So, your ex…THAT big, huh?One woman said she was relieved once she and her boyfriend started using them, since he no longer lamented that wearing a condom left him feeling like he was “wearing a paper bag…a very tight, uncomfortable paper bag.” Magnums aren’t the only “big boys” on the block. Durex is working hard to overtake Trojan’s dominance, luring Ice-T and Coco as spokespersons and launching social-media campaigns in attempts to take their European domination across the pond.Life Styles has their KYNG imprint (measuring 7.48 inches, they’re actually slightly smaller than a regular Trojan ENZ) and Durex XXL, the largest available in the U. So with all these alleged mega-condoms flooding the market, the question remains: should you actually try one?We reserve the right to modify these terms at any time.
By submitting this query, you agree to abide by these terms. The sales numbers support his discovery: Between 20, Magnum sales grew by over 14%.