A Massachusetts-based startup, Boston Microfluidics, is developing an affordable, over-the-counter STD test that could be used to detect common STDs quickly. According to Forbes, the company is developing a test which would be approximately the size of a travel toothbrush and deliver results almost instantly. While the test could help stop the spread of STDs, we're wondering how people will put it to use. Would you ask a prospective partner to take a quick STD test before sealing the deal? Let us know in the comments!
18 to 24-Year-Old Women Watch More Porn Than Their Male Counterparts
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There Is Now a Vibrator with a Camera in It, So You Can, You Know, Record Things
Up close and way too personal.