The average penis of Indian men is shorter than international standards for condoms. In a study, more than 1,200 gentlemen had their pride measured to the last millimeter. The sampling was of a vast group of men to ensure that it was correct.
The gentlemen are underemployed by three to five centimeters when compared to international standards. The problem becomes apparent when they use improperly sized condoms that come off or tear, on an average of one in every five times.
Embarrassment from asking for a smaller condom leaves 60% unprotected in a nation that suffers the highest rate of HIV infection of any other nation. Vending machines may help, according to Doctor Chander Puri.