The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is backing a move to make smaller condoms because the standard size — 6.69 inches — is too big for most men.

The average penis size is 5.57 inches — a full one inch smaller than the average condom.

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Usher readers were divided over the issue of contracting or transmitting herpes while wearing condoms. Condoms do not prevent the spread of herpes because herpes is spread via skin-to-skin contact. But the risk of contracting herpes is a lot less if men wear condoms during sex.

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