Durex shipping ‘Green & Gold’ condoms to tourism venues

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From the ntnews.com.au

SEX will feel a little bit more Australian next weekend thanks to “limited edition” green and gold condoms.

Territorians have historically celebrated Australia Day with little Aussie cossie bikini contests, meat pie throwdowns and lots of giant inflatable thongs.

But this year, Australia Day rubbers – that are not barbecue flavoured – will be sold around the Territory.

NT folk can now have the complete Oz Day kit – Australian flag bikinis, singlets, sombreros, stubby holders with a green and gold condom thrown in.

Darwin receptionist Deyzi Soares, 31, said it was all about safety.

She said the specialised condoms were a great idea because they would promote safe sex on a day that is renowned for young Territorians getting a bit wild after a day-long drinking session.

“I think all Australians should go out and get some of these green and gold condoms,” she said.

“They’re a bit of fun and also encourage safe sex.”

Ms Soares, from Wagaman, wasn’t sure whether she would use them but thought they were “cool”.

“They make Australia Day more fun,” she said.

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