The Swiss Aids Federation has thrown its weight behind the production of contraceptives for children aged between 12 and 14 years old.

The smaller sized contraceptives are the result of a study by the Federal Commission on Children and Youth which revealed that teenagers in Switzerland were having unprotected s*x because they could not find condoms that fit them.

The study also found that more children younger than 14 are s*xually active than there was in the 1990s.
The condoms are 45 mm in diameter instead of the standard 49 to 56 mm diameter and will be distributed through schools.

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