The latex used in clothing such as stretch jeans is far less toxic than gloves, dams and condoms as manufacture does not require a 'salt' coagulant.
Products like condoms are produced by a process known as coagulant dipping. A former is dipped into a solution of coagulant salts, dried and then dipped into the pre vulcanized latex.
The crystals become imbedded in the inner surface of the latex like sand on sandpaper.
In the case of a condom , the crystals are than partly dissolved in use by sweat and than ground into the most sensitive bodily tissue (sexual organs) with 150 ft lbs of force (depending on
position and body weight). A couple making love at a rate of one 6" in/out stroke a second is developing approx. a quarter Horsepower of frictional force (about the same as a small
power tool). Absorption from a condom is 200 times faster than from a glove and 10,000 times faster than from near contact with foamed (Dunlop Process) latex in a car seat.
In 1983 their was not one recorded case of latex allergy in America nor a single death. The FDA now reports that 17,000,000 American are now afflicted and the death rate is increasing at an aoustounding rate. Even healthy young men like Lt. Hal Henderson have died of Type III latex reactions.
Safe Sex my foot!!!
With a glove, it's not love.