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அக‌லிகையை இந்திர‌ன் கெடுத்த‌தால் அவ‌ன் உட‌லெங்கும் யோனியாகிவிட்ட‌தாக‌ புராண‌த்தில் வ‌ருகிற‌து. யோனி என்ப‌து பொதுப்பெய‌ர். இத‌ற்கு "குறி " என்று பொருள். ஜோதிட‌த்தில் கூட‌ திரும‌ண‌ப்பொருத்த‌ங்க‌ளில் ஆண் யோனி,பெண் யோனி என்று வ‌ருவ‌தை இத‌ற்கு ஆதார‌மாக‌ கொள்ள‌லாம். இந்திர‌ன் உட‌லெங்கும் யோனியாகி விட்ட‌து என்றால் அது ஆண் யோனியாக‌வும் இருக்க‌லாம்.பெண் யோனியாக‌வும் இருக்க‌லாம். பால் வினை நோய்க‌ளில் "ப‌ட‌ர் தொடை வாழை" என்று ஒரு நோய் உண்டு. (ஆதார‌ம்:க‌ந்த‌ர் சஷ்டி க‌வ‌ச‌ம்) இத‌ற்கு தொடையில் வாழைக்காயை போல் வ‌ரும் க‌ட்டி என்று பொருள். அதாவ‌து ஆண் குறியை போன்ற‌ வ‌டிவ‌த்திலான‌ க‌ட்டி. என‌வே அக‌லிகையை கெடுத்த‌ (உட‌லுற‌வு கொண்ட‌) இந்திர‌னுக்கு ப‌ட‌ர் தொடை வாழை என‌ப்ப‌டும் பால் வினை நோய் ஏற்ப‌ட்ட‌தாக‌ புராண‌ம் கூறுகிற‌து.

என‌க்கொரு ச‌ந்தேக‌ம். அக‌லிகைக்கு இந்த‌ வியாதி எப்ப‌டி ஏற்ப‌ட்ட‌து? ஒரு வேளை க‌ண‌வ‌ர் கௌத‌ம‌ முனிவ‌ரிட‌மிருந்து தொற்றிய‌தா? பௌராணிக‌ர்க‌ள் இந்த‌ அபிஷ்டுவின் ச‌ந்தேக‌த்தை தீர்த்து வைக்க‌ க‌ட‌வ‌து.

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தயவு செயது எனது சந்தேகத்தையும் தீர்த்து வையுங்கள்.

அந்த காலத்தில் காண்டம் (condom) எல்லாம் கிடையாதுங்களா? :mellow:

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தயவு செயது எனது சந்தேகத்தையும் தீர்த்து வையுங்கள்.

அந்த காலத்தில் காண்டம் (condom) எல்லாம் கிடையாதுங்களா? :mellow:

குண்டுசார் குண்டன்னா எப்போதும் அதிலியே இருக்காரே..ஏதான்னம் அங்கில் லேலா பாக்குராரோ என்னவோ...

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வருமுன் காப்போம் என்கிற Philosophy தான்

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தயவு செயது எனது சந்தேகத்தையும் தீர்த்து வையுங்கள்.

அந்த காலத்தில் காண்டம் (condom) எல்லாம் கிடையாதுங்களா? :mellow:

History

Antiquity

A condom made from animal intestine circa 1900An Egyptian drawing of a condom being worn has been found to be 3,000 years old. It is unknown, however, if the Egyptian pictured wearing the device intended to use it for contraception, or for ritual purposes.[4] The Greek legend of Minos as related by Antoninus Liberalis in 150 AD described the use of a goat's bladder as a protective measure during intercourse, although purpose or intent of the practice is not fully known.[6]

In 16th century Italy, Gabriele Falloppio authored the first-known published description of condom use for disease prevention. He recommended soaking cloth sheaths in a chemical solution and allowing them to dry prior to use.[5] He claimed to have performed an experimental trial of the linen sheath on 1100 men. His report of the experiment, published two years after his death, indicated protection against syphilis.[6]

The oldest condoms found (rather than just pictures or descriptions) are from 1640, discovered in Dudley Castle in England. They were made of animal intestine, and it is believed they were used for STD prevention.[4] In 19th century Japan, both leather condoms and condoms made of tortoise shells or horns were available.[5] Similar devices made from oiled silk paper have also been described in China.[6]

The often-reported invention of the condom by "Dr. Condom" or the "Earl of Condom" is believed to be fallacious (see etymology section below). However in the 18th Century, there are numerous literary references to condom use and sales, including in the memoirs of Giacomo Casanova.[6]

19th century to present

The rubber vulcanization process was patented by Charles Goodyear in 1844, and the first rubber condom was produced in 1855.[7] These early rubber condoms were 1-2mm thick and had seams down the sides.[5] Although they were reusable, these early rubber condoms were also expensive.

Distribution of condoms in the United States was limited by passage of the Comstock Act in 1873. This law prohibited transport through the postal service of any instructional material or devices intended to prevent pregnancy. Condoms were available by prescription, although legally they were only supposed to be prescribed to prevent disease rather than pregnancy.[4] The Comstock Act remained in force until it was largely overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1936.

In 1912, a German named Julius Fromm developed a new manufacturing technique for condoms: dipping glass molds into the raw rubber solution. This enabled the production of thinner condoms with no seams. Fromm's Act was the first branded line of condoms, and Fromms is still a popular line of condoms in Germany today.[7] By the 1930s, the manufacturing process had improved to produce single-use condoms almost as thin and inexpensive as those currently available.[5]

Condoms were not made available to U.S. soldiers in World War I, and a significant number of returning soldiers carried sexually transmitted infections. During World War II, however, condoms were heavily promoted to soldiers, with one film exhorting "Don't forget — put it on before you put it in."[4] In part because condoms were readily available, soldiers found a number of non-sexual uses for the devices, many of which continue to be utilized to this day.

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