"What if, just one time, I chose differently," Charlie Sheen said, addressing 100 or so people standing in a Manhattan warehouse space amidst erotic dancers and a 1.2m penis ice sculpture at the launch of the LELO HEX condom. If we're to believe the lofty claims from "pleasure object" manufacturer LELO, the lowly condom has remained unchanged for nearly 70 years. The new HEX, with its honeycomb pattern, wants to be the cure-all for our sexual woes, an inspired revamp to make condoms safer and more appealing.