“It’s True, Vagina Dentata”—This is a famous quote from a D-movie called Teeth. The movie is essentially about the folk tale of women with toothed vaginas, which is said to be told by many different cultures as a cautionary tale to prevent sex with strangers and to discourage rape. Though the tale of women actually being born with a chomping vag is debatable, the act of actually inserting a bitelike device is not.
Dr. Sonnet Ehlers, a South African doctor has created a new anti-rape condom called Rape-aXe. The condom is said to prevent attackers by injuring and immobilizing them, not to forget the fact that it might piss them off by cutting their pecker. The condom itself has tiny hooks that latch on to the attacker’s penis. The only way to remove the condom is in a hospital, in which the man would not only then be identified as a criminal, but be branded one as well. However, it is said that unlike previous failed prototypes, it would not cut the attackers skin, reducing the risk of HIV infection.
Dr. Ehlers says “The Device is vital to help women in a country with one of the highest rape rates in the world”…And she plans to help immediately as she is set to give away 30,000 Rape-aXe condoms before the start of the World Cup on June 11th.
South Africa Statistics
A study by Interpol, the international police agency, has revealed that South Africa leads the world in rapes.
1 in every 4 women in the country have been raped.
In the U.S it is recorded that someone is raped every 2 minutes….in South Africa, every 17 seconds.
A girl born in South Africa has around a one in three chance of completing secondary school, but she has a one in two chance of being raped.
Less than 1% of rapes end in a successful prosecution