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ELLE: Back to something lighter—these designs that you’ve created are really ironic, I mean a gingham condom wrapper?
IM: (Laughs) I love the irony of that, I like that it’s kind of the most wholesome thing, like kind of Oklahoma-exclamation point!
ELLE: What’s the biggest message that you want to send with this collaboration?
IM: Somehow a penis is a penis and it needs to be put in a condom coach bags outlet, whether it’s a gay penis or a heterosexual penis or whatever, even—if there is such a thing— as a lesbian penis. I think everyone ought to take the step of putting on a condom.