By: Evan Jankens

In 2015, sex is everywhere. Have you been to the Internet recently? Shesh. People must have a lot of time on their hands.

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In the real world, I would imagine everyone would want to know if their partner had an STI (Sexually transmitted infection) before they had sex with them. There’s usually no way to know until something ugly happens, and then it’s too late.

Three teenage boys may have come up with an idea that will help you know if your partner has chlamydia or syphilis before it becomes your problem.

The condom, called “S.T.EYE,” changes color when it comes in contact with chlamydia or syphilis.

Muaz Nawaz, 13, Daanyaal Ali, 14, and Chirag Shah, 14, came up with the idea at the Isaac Newton Academy in east London.

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According to The condom could, in theory, detect an infection both in the wearer and his partner. “People find it embarrassing to go to the clinic so this makes sure that their privacy is maintained,” although they would still have to go to the clinic for treatment, Ali said.

Would you really want to find out while in the act? Could you imagine the amount of people who would react badly when they saw their condom change color? Or even worse the amount of people who would then continue? Our brother station WYCD’s comments on their Facebook page were interesting.

Kenny McClellan wrote: “Nothing like ruining a good moment and turning it into the blame game!”

Sandra Clay Johnson: “Better IT changes colors than some of your prized parts changing colors. Just saying.”

Joseph Riordan: “Sounds like it should be paired with the clapper as a gift basket.”

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Would you wear one of these condoms?