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Hero Launches New Vegan Condom Range

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Whether you’re picking them up from abandoned trains or ordering them online, it seems that it’s raining vegan condoms in Australia.

While the mainstream media is busy being perplexed over how so many condom brands contain animal products, we thought we’d share the good news with our Australian friends. Hero, purportedly the only vegan sex company available in major retailers across Australia, has just launched a selection of new products. The two types of condoms currently on offer are the natural and ultra thin variety.

As well as condoms, Hero has launched a vegan, aloe vera based, pH balanced, petrochemical & paraben free lubricant. With every bottle sold, Hero donates 12 condoms to Africa in an effort to help combat HIV/AIDS. The same goes for the sale of condoms too; currently over half a million free condoms have been sent over during Hero’s initial months.

While the news is only relevant to those in Australia, the company is currently “in discussions” with major retailers in the UK and China too. Dustin Leonard, founder of Hero, aims to have tapped into those markets by the end of 2017.

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