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Ehlers, a 62-year-old physician, lab researcher and hematologist — and a mother of two daughters — spent the next four decades developing a female condom with jagged latex hooks that latch onto the skin of an attacker. Dubbed “Rape-aXe,” the condom is inserted with an applicator like a tampon, and it clenches a man’s penis and causes “immense discomfort” without drawing blood. It can only be removed by medical professionals, who are being familiarized with the device in order to contact South African police when they see one.

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