But that's proving to be a challenge due to deeply engrained social and cultural views that associate condoms with extramarital sex, prostitution and sin.
So rathering than touting the disease-fighting benefits of condoms, they are crafting marketing campaigns that sell sex as, well, fun.
The production process here is fairly simple: An assembly line dips penis-shaped glass cylinders in vats of latex before rolling the molds through high-powered ovens.
Water jets blast freshly minted condoms, while conveyor belts usher them to an industrial laundry room for washing and drying. In a sterile lab, hundreds of women in hairnets and white jackets operate machines that scan for defects.
The UN anti-corruption convention forbids authorities from offering “undue advantage” or “influence” to another person. That leaves each nation’s powerful lawmakers — apt to be predominately male — to decide whether or not influential businessmen should be allowed court them with sexual favors.
What we like about these Asian babes is how they appear shy yet ooze with sex appeal.
Even Indonesia, a massive nation under the sway of conservative Islam, appears unwilling to pursue it.
As one senior Indonesian anti-corruption official lamented in 2013: “An act of bribery requires the bribe to come in material form. ” The exception in Southeast Asia is the tightly controlled city-state of Singapore, which just doled out five years in prison to a businessman who courted soccer referees with prostitutes.
The holiday resort of Pattaya, in Thailand, was once the hub of sexual tourism.
But today, it no longer attracts as many sex-seekers as it once did.