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Newly Launched Vegan Brand Feelgood Condoms Are Made With Green Electricity

Swiss company Brandmover, headed by sexual health specialist Martina Hammer, formerly of Johnson & Johnson, launches new sustainable Feelgood Condoms. The condoms are vegan and produced with green electricity, according to the brand, whose motto is “Not only for vegans & animal lovers: Feelgood satisfies everyone”. Speaking to vegconomist, Martina explained, “The electricity used for the production of the feelgood condoms comes 100% from energy sources that meet the internationally recognized standards of EKOenergy. This is generated in a CO2-neutral manner and there is no interference with existing ecosystems or a general impairment of fauna and flora. EKOenergy ensures that, for example, no electricity is drawn from wind turbines in bird sanctuaries. In addition, part of the electricity costs flows into the climate and environmental …


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Ethically Made Sex Toys, Lubes and Condoms For a Very Vegan Valentines

We covered the subject of vegan condoms (yes that’s a thing and no they aren’t usually vegan) back in 2018 when vegan was far less mainstream. These days we have a plethora of ethically made, cruelty-free adult products available at a click – so for this Sunday 14th of Feb, here are a few ways to have some 100% animal-free fun and feel good on all levels, including morally!




Fairs & Events

EroFame: Vegan Products at the Trade Fair for Erotic Lifestyle

On 3 – 5 October, the Erofame trade fair for erotic lifestyle products will take place in Hanover. Lube gels, condoms, massage oils and various sex toys will be presented on the exhibition stands at the Expo grounds in Hanover in Hall 2 by exhibitors from all over the world. vegconomist contacted the organizers and some exhibitors in advance to find out how veganism influences the erotic lifestyle.



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Products & Launches

Vegan Condoms Slide onto Market

One product which may have been previously overlooked by many when it comes to veganism is the condom. The majority of latex condoms contain casein, a milk protein, which is added in order to make the material feel smoother. Since it’s clear that most vegans have made an informed decision not to put animal ingredients anywhere in or on their bodies, the need for a vegan condom has motivated several companies to develop a suitable alternative. Here we describe the five biggest brands currently available on the market.