Over the last 50 years, there has been tremendous advancement in the field of birth control – not just socially, but technologically as well. Pill options have expanded to include lower-dose, acne-fighting, PMS-busting hormone combinations. The IUD, once a poster child of a faulty medical device, is experiencing a resurgence and is hailed as a safe and effective option. There are the patch and the ring for those who don’t want to take a pill every day, and even a shot for those who are more afraid of babies than they are of needles.
But what about the condom? You can get them in all different colors and even flavors. Love bacon? This one might be for you. Besides dressing them up in different
February 6, 2013 - Posted by Jenna Lee Dillon to Condoms
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These never-used condom slogans had the Birth Control News team laughing, and we hope they bring cheer to your day as well:
1. A crank with armor will never harm her!
2. Don’t be silly; protect your willy!
3. Wrap it in foil before checking her oil!
4. The right selection will save your erection!
And the old standby…
5. No glove, no love!
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Without further ado, we bring you 7 excuses (and rebuttals) for not using a condom:
1. I don’t know where to get condoms or I’m scared to buy them.
It’s easy to get condoms discreetly and for free for anyone with access to the Internet. Click here for links to several sites that send condoms for only the cost of shipping, and information on how to find out if your city government has a program for free condoms. Here’s another page with free condoms. Lastly, your local Planned Parenthood should have condoms for free.