It looks like an elephant's trunk, or a plastic bag. And it's still more expensive than its male-driven counterpart. But it's cheaper and feels better than anything that came before it. So why isn't the new female condom everywhere?
More employers than ever provide at least some coverage for gender transitioning, and states are stepping up to ban clauses that allow private insurers to deny basic health coverage to transgender people. But most still scramble to pay for their care.