The closest thing to a body condom has arrived! It's called the Scroguard. It's a condom for the scrotum and the entire penis.
The problem with condoms is they don't protect against HPV or herpes infection. Both STD's are transmitted from skin-to-skin contact and while a condom can protect a woman's cervix from an unknowingly infected man's penis, the base of the penis and the surrounding skin is not covered. This comes into contact with her vulva during intercourse where the penis is of a size where it can be fully inserted.
HPV is the virus that can, depending on the strain, cause genital warts and/or cervical or even penile cancer. The latter is typically only in those with substance abuse and/or a compromised immune system, but the virus has also been implicated in the past decade for causing forms of cancer that sets up shop on the base of the tongue or inside the rectum; particularly in people over age 50.
Michael Douglas was quoted, so I heard, saying that his tongue cancer was from going down on too many women during his younger days. It happened to a celebrity, thus, we have to take it seriously. This is an interesting curve ball from possible virus threats. Yeah, you wont be affected by it while you're in your prime, but once the immune system has its natural decline with age, your chances of the virus having its way with you increase dramatically, according to doctors and researchers. Was the anal cancer that killed Farrah Faucet a product of the same situation? I don't know for sure, but it's definitely worth considering.
The Scroguard can't help with unprotected oral sex, but it does a great job of protecting the entire male package during vaginal and anal intercourse. It covers the base of the penis that condoms won't, and like I said, the scrotum too. You then roll the condom down over the penis after the Scroguard is in place. Now, the first thing that came to my mind after seeing how the plan works is skepticism over how reliable the condom is to not roll up particularly during vigorous and rapid sex.
Also, from experience, if you keep the same condom on for up to around 30 minutes without ejaculation, and keep it engaged in some form of action, the elasticity will reduce and condom slip-off or up can occur. Adding a cock ring to the base of the penis to keep the condom in place and the base of the condom rolled down fully over the base is a great addition.
To my surprise, the company that produces Scroguard had the same suggestion, which really impressed me. I see a lot of sexual aid and toy companies produce things that at first glance are good, but fail to some extent because they were unaware of (or ignoring) the little issues orbiting the product's real world use.
I have talked about super safe sex before. It's sex that goes the extra mile to be safe so that your future isn't compromised for sex that may be amazing when it happens, but once it's in the past, it's gone and you may have to pay way too high a price for it one day. It could also be considered an ethics issue. Keeping everyone as safe as possible in sophisticated ways. Yes, sex feels better without a condom. Everyone knows that. Is that increase in pleasure worth it?
Then there are people who are so captivated mentally by condomless sex that they throw away all control or consideration for others and try to bullshit women into having sex with them without a condom. Some evil jackasses even pull the condom before they orgasm inside them. That's the worst of it, but more common are women and men who would rather not have sex at all than wear a condom or do sexual activites that put certain things aside that aren't as safe in exchange for safer interactions.
As a sex life coach, my advice to the team is it's time to get better at this. Time to grow up and start caring about more than the right now and ourselves. Wear parachutes, people, and get the people who think otherwise out of your life. Care about her safety and your own. And her not getting pregnant, to say the very least! Oh, and by the way, cock rings are amazing additions for keeping a condom on to make sure the condom doesnt slip off just before, during, or after ejaculation. No spills allowed! With crude oil or semen.
I tell men all the time that women would be having more sex with them if men as a group in America were as sophisticated with sex as they are with football, guns, cars, boutique beers etc. In Amsterdam, teen males are very smooth and consistent with condom use and when told about how things are in the US, in 2015, they think we're idiots. And they're right.
I understand though that men (and women) are, without rebellion, products of their culture. We have the technology, as they say. Let's use it and start having more sex with the hot people we want and everyone goes to sleep soundly at night.